In asserting that cohesion both exists in a superordinate relationship to unity and emphasis and must be considered a part of the surface structure of written language as well as the deep structure, this text provides a commentary on the paragraph as the basic unit of written language and an analysis of the structure underlying paragraph information. Explanation, examples, and supporting evidence are offered in the six chapters, which are titled: (1) qBasic Notions, q (2) qThe Cohesive Paragraph, q (3) qThe Reader and Cohesion, q (4) qSingle-Term Paragraphs, q (5) qMultiple Chain Paragrahs, q and (6) qImplications and Applications.q (CRH)Paragraphs. While chapter 4 developed the paradigm of the series united by a common term as a self-sufficient unit, this ... Finally, in paragraphs with topic sentences, the relationships between items within a single chain will necessarily beanbsp;...
|Title||:||A New Perspective on Cohesion in Expository Paragraphs|
|Author||:||Robin Bell Markels|
|Publisher||:||SIU Press - 1984|