Presentation 2013-10-19
A Search for the Mechanism of Expressions that Evoke Emotions through Words
Morihiko Iwagaki,
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Abstract(in English) Writers have their own poetic techniques, but by surveying literary works, we can see that there is one basic technique common to all writers: they don' t use words to express directly what they want to convey. They describe it indirectly so as to make readers accept it with emotional satisfaction. In other words, writers describe something to imply other things. Then, how do writers use words? I' m going to show you writers' techniques of making integrated images.
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Keyword(in English) image combinations / age-evoking artistry / imaginative fusion / emotional resonance
Paper # TL2013-43
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Conference Date 2013/10/12(1days)
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Title (in English) A Search for the Mechanism of Expressions that Evoke Emotions through Words
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Keyword(1) image combinations
Keyword(2) age-evoking artistry
Keyword(3) imaginative fusion
Keyword(4) emotional resonance
1st Author's Name Morihiko Iwagaki
1st Author's Affiliation Freelance()
Date 2013-10-19
Paper # TL2013-43
Volume (vol) vol.113
Number (no) 253
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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