Traces de l’énonciateur dans le discours rapporté : les particules énonciatives et que indicateurs de quelle parole ?

Abstract : It is sometimes difficult to specify degrees of syntactic autonomy vs. integration in the case of reported speech utterances in French. Recent studies have shown that integration cues should be viewed as bundles of markers, and that the quoting speaker is able to produce hybrid quoted speech. At the oral level, "distant" usages of standard French are particularly interesting from the point of view of strategies for integrating reported speech and of the perception of bounderies between quoting and quoted speech. The study is based on three corpora containing instances of reported speech from interviews recorded between 2004 and 2006 within the international project PFC (« Phonologie du français contemporain »). Our working hypothesis is that, in usages that tend to fall outside the scope of pressure from normative written French, the marker que (‘that’) is subject to syntactic as well as logical reanalysis, and that several utterance-level particles take on the role of structure-indicators for reported speech, while at the same time orienting the address toward the intended interpretation.
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Béatrice Akissi Boutin. Traces de l’énonciateur dans le discours rapporté : les particules énonciatives et que indicateurs de quelle parole ? . A. Jaubert, J.M. Lopez Muñoz, S. Marnette, L. Rosier & C. Stolz. Citations, I, L'Harmattan-Academia, 2011, Citer à travers les formes. Intersémiotique de la citation, 973-2-8061-0027-6. ⟨hal-01519401⟩

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