Lucien et les langues : Essai d'étude sociolinguistique de notations se rapportant à des faits de langue dans les oeuvres de Lucien de Samosate

Abstract : This dissertation deals with a writer who though related to other cultures than Hellenism writes in Greek and produces considerations about it in his works. The main statement of this Thesis is that Lucian demonstrates a Linguistic Consciousness. His names, life, interest in Languages, and his Linguistic Feeling are studied as the Origins of his Linguistic Consciousness. All the Linguistic Hellenism opportunities are considered, from correctly Greek Speaking and Writing, to barbarizein. This main statement is then examined within the frame of the Atticism question. Studying, among others, the optative use states that Lucian cannot be estimated any more as a softliner Atticist. He deals more with an Atticité of which main brand is Code-Mixing. Finally, according to Lucian the Paideia notion appears as a condition of Greek Language. Linguistic Hellenismos supports and feeds his writings. That is to be observed in vocabulary through Lexical Productivity, and at the thematic level through repeated Language Policy conceptions. The use and re-creation by Lucian of a "Third Time" Ionian synthesizes Lexical and Thematic Productivity.
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Patrick Jouin. Lucien et les langues : Essai d'étude sociolinguistique de notations se rapportant à des faits de langue dans les oeuvres de Lucien de Samosate. Littératures. Université Nancy 2, 2005. Français. ⟨NNT : 2005NAN21033⟩. ⟨tel-01776284⟩

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