Good. A multidisciplinary collaboration of anthropologists, linguists, and psychologists explore the way in which cultural knowledge is organized and used in everyday language. Essays include: "The cognitive model of anger inherent in American English" by George Lakoff, "Convergent evidence for a cultural model of American marriage, " "Ecuadorian illness stories: cultural knowledge in natural dicourse." Includes notes. Octavo, wraps, 400 p., bibl.
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 416 p. Audience: General/trade. paperback with near-new covers (corner bumps, light scratches on rear), clean unmarked pages, binding tight as new and unread (clean page edge, uncreased spine). ***with small red mark at bottom page edge....Post Office Delivery Confirmation provided by e-mail to enable you to track your package. Book is shipped in a padded envelope and packaged in bubble wrap.
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