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THE STRUCTURE OF SYMBOLIZING IN THE NOVEL "TESTIMONY OF WARTIME" IN THE LIGHT OF CHARLES SANDERS PIERCE'S THEORY
RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
Symbolizing means the transition from the significance of the phonetic, morphological and syntactic units to the implicated meaning arising from the relations and common knowledge between the interlocutors and the circumstances surrounding them at the moment of the speech. The study seeks to present the symbolizing mechanism presented by Charles Sanders Peirce in the theory of signs, test the value of this mechanism and search for the linguistic structures responsible for symbolizing in the novel "Testimony from Wartime.doi:10.47832/2717-8293.15.10 fatcat:scdniwlqvvhihpa2i4cln5qz7i