While revisiting some of the most influential studies on English oral language of the past, the Author re-evaluates the importance of intonation, as one of the main components of delivery. The ideas presented in the volume have both influenced - and been influenced by - the results of a PhD thesis on English Intonation (1996), and by some debates within the Rhetoric Society of America (2000). The most recent intonational theories are discussed here.

English/American Intonation and its Historical Foundations

ZANOLA, Annalisa
2000

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While revisiting some of the most influential studies on English oral language of the past, the Author re-evaluates the importance of intonation, as one of the main components of delivery. The ideas presented in the volume have both influenced - and been influenced by - the results of a PhD thesis on English Intonation (1996), and by some debates within the Rhetoric Society of America (2000). The most recent intonational theories are discussed here.
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