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Dash: Evocative Potential In Contemporary German Belles-Lettres Discourse
The paper analyses the evocative-stylistic punctuation phenomenon with the dash in contemporary German belles-lettres discourse chosen as an example. This phenomenon has not been given sufficient consideration in the existing publications. The concepts of expressive and emotional are explored and differentiated; expressivity is defined. We found that the choice of the dash sign with the integrity of the information implied, including semantic, emotional and modal aspects, is a function of thedoi:10.15405/epsbs.2021.12.93 fatcat:yen5t7eb35h5nhcxegpjhadorm