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Focus on events and narratives in language, psychology, social and medical practice
This work provides an analysis of the fictional dialogue of the first chapter of Faith, a novel by the British writer and novelist, Lesley Pearse. The choice of the novel itself is not considered key. It is most important though that it is a recent novel, with up-to-date topics relevant to an ordinary person. The research question that this author attempts to answer is the extent to which the FD (fictional dialogue) of the first chapter of the novel is similar to real talk and conversation. Todoi:10.18778/8220-051-5.02 fatcat:i6pj5zfn5rcaha4f7eidhj72na