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64 This assumption was investigated by researchers at the University of Copenhagen. In an important article, they called the folktale in the narrative event itself “ideal,” putting the word in quotation marks to ironize it somewhat. “Ideal” indicated that the particular formative elements of the event are unique and transitory, emerging in a complex contract between teller and audience, and necessarily selecting from the large range of possibilities known to both sides of the contract. The event is, then, the parole, and those possibilities constitute its langue.
They give tentative results, tentative units. ”24 Pike’s premise was that the linguist studies some particular language, as Pike himself devoted much of his life to the study of indigenous languages. Concentration on the emic was inescapable if, as Pike held, “language is behavior,” continuous with nonverbal human activities. Because some nonnegligible quotient of behavior is specific to the users of a particular language, that language could be studied only in context, or from the emic point of view.
B11 Dragon,” “B12 Basilisk,” “B13 Unicorn,” and so forth). ” Finally, he says: It is frequently desirable to subdivide a number. Dragon as compound animal. 19 Once again, Thompson’s scheme suggests a distinction between the etic, the outsider’s point of view, and the emic, the insider’s point of view, to use the terms coined (from phonetic and phonemic) by the linguist Kenneth L. , the chapters), one crosses, at a number that will be different for different motifs, from the emic over into the etic, that is, from motifs in particular stories as actually told, over into the classificatory scheme.