Publications

Articles with a CSN number may be accessed at http://ssrn.com/author=1248859.

2017 Forthcoming. Toward a theory of poetic iconicity: The ontology of semblance. In Dimensions of Iconicity. Amsterdam and London: John Benjamins.

2017 Forthcoming. Multimodalities of metaphor: A perspective from the poetic arts. Poetics Today 38.1

2015 Authorial presence in poetry: Some cognitive reappraisals. Poetics Today 36.3: 201-231.

2014 Cognitive complexities in poetic art: Matthew Arnold’s “The Last Word.” Cognitive Semiotics CSN 2376820

2013 The influence of anxiety: poetry as a theory of mind. Cognition, Communication, Discourse. https://sites.google.com/site/cognitiondiscourse/vypusk-no6-2013/margaret-h-freeman.

2013 Cognitive poetics. In Michael Burke, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Stylistics, 313-328. New York and London: Routledge.

2013 Natural surroundings. In Eliza Richards, ed. Emily Dickinson in Context, 55-66. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2012 George Eliot and Emily Dickinson: Poets of Play and Possibility. The Emily Dickinson Journal 21.2: 37-58.

2012 Engaging in critical discussion: Some thoughts on literary interchanges. New Directions in Emily Dickinson Studies. July 2012: http://newdirectionsindickinsonstudies.org/

2012 Blending and beyond: Form and feeling in poetic iconicity. In Isabel Jaén and Julien Simon, eds. Cognitive Literary Studies: Current Themes and New Directions, 127-143. Texas University Press. CSN 1399751

2011 The aesthetics of human experience: Minding, metaphor, and icon in poetic expression. Special issue on Exchange Values: Poetics and Cognitive Science, ed. Mark Bruhn. Poetics Today 32.4: 717-752.

2011 The role of metaphor in poetic iconicity. In Monika Fludernik, ed. Beyond Cognitive Metaphor Theory: Perspectives on Literary Metaphor, 158–175. New York and London: Routledge. CSN 1399683

2011 Dwelling in possibility: An introduction to Dickinson’s poetics. In Critical Insights: Emily Dickinson. J. Brooks Bouson, ed. Pasadena, CA, and Hackensack, NJ: The Salem Press.

2010 Review. Domhnall Mitchell and Maria Stuart, eds. The International Reception of Emily Dickinson. New York: Continuum, 2009. The Emily Dickinson Journal 19.1: 103-107.

2009 What Is Cognitive Poetics? A Review of Reuven Tsur. 2008. Toward a Theory of Cognitive Poetics. Second, expanded and updated edition. Brighton and Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press. Pragmatics and Cognition 17.2: 450-457.

2009 Making sense of (non)sense: Why literature counts. In Elżbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska and Grzegorz Szpila, eds. In Search of (Non)Sense, 1-19. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. CSN 1400234

2009 Minding: Feeling, form, and meaning in the creation of poetic iconicity. In Geert Brône and Jeroen Vandaele, eds., Cognitive Poetics: Goals, Gains, and Gaps, 169-196. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CSN 1399786

2008 Revisiting/revisioning the icon through metaphor. Poetics Today 29.2: 353-370.

2008 Reading readers reading a poem: From conceptual to cognitive integration, Cognitive Semiotics 2: 102-128. CSN 1400223

2007 Poetic iconicity. In Cognition in Language: Volume in Honour of Professor Elzbieta Tabakowska, 472-501. Władyslaw Chłopicki, Andrzej Pawelec and Agnieszka Pokojska, eds. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics. Kraków: Tertium. CSN 1399120

2007 Cognitive linguistic approaches to literary studies: State of the art in cognitive poetics. In The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 1821-1866. Dirk Geeraerts and Hubert Cuyckens, eds. Oxford University Press. CSN 1427409

2007 The fall of the wall between literary studies and linguistics: Cognitive poetics. In Applications of Cognitive Linguistics: Foundations and Fields of Application, 403-428.Gitte Kristiansen, Michel Achard, René Dirven, and Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza, eds., Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CSN 1427373

2006 From metaphor to iconicity in a poetic text. In The Metaphors of Sixty: Papers Presented on the Occasion of the 60th Birthday of Zoltán Kövecses, 127-135. Réka Benczes and Szilvia Csábi, eds. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University. CSN 1427403

2006 Art, science, and ste. Emilie’s sunsets: A Háj-inspired cognitive approach to translating an Emily Dickinson poem into Japanese. With Masako Takeda. Festschrift for John Robert Ross. Style 40.1-2: 109-127. CSN 1427815

2006 Blending: A response. Language and Literature 15.1: 107-117.

2005 Is iconicity literal? Cognitive poetics and the literal concept in poetry. In The Literal and Nonliteral in Language and Thought, 65-83. Seana Coulson and Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, eds. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. CSN 1426878

2005 Poetry as power: The dynamics of cognitive poetics as a scientific and literary paradigm. In Cognition and Literary Interpretation in Practice, 31-57. Harri Veivo, Bo Pettersson, and Merja Polvinen, eds. Helsinki: Helsinki University Press. CSN 1427831

2005 The Poem as Complex Blend: Conceptual Mappings of Metaphor in Sylvia Plath’s “The Applicant.” In Language and Literature 14:1: 25-44. Reprinted in Recent Development in Western Stylistics. Dan Shen, ed. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2008. CSN 1427828

2005 The nature of poetic texts. Review of Reuven Tsur, On the Shore of Nothingness: A Study in Cognitive Poetics. Poetics Today 26.3 535-547.

2004 Crossing the boundaries of time: Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology and cognitive linguistic theories. In Linguagem, Cultura e Cognição: Estudos de Linguística Cognitiva, 2: 643-655. 2 vols. Augusto Soares da Silva, Amadeu Torres, Miguel Gonçalves, eds. Coimbra: Almedina, 2004. Translated as Przekraczanie granic czasu: Fenomenologia Merleau-Ponty’ego a teorie jezykoznawstwa kognitywnego. Przetozyła Małgorzata Majewska. Przestrzenie Teorii (2007) 8: 223-234. CSN 1427845

2004 Grounded spaces in the poetry of Emily Dickinson. In Stylistics, 201-210. Paul Simpson, ed.. London and New York: Routledge.

2004 Review of Adam Głaz, The Dynamics of Meaning: Explorations in the Conceptual Domain of EARTH. Lublin: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, 2002. In Journal of English Linguistics 32.2: 147-150.

2002 Cognitive Mapping in Literary Analysis. Style 36.3: 466-83. CSN 1400262

2002 The body in the word: A cognitive approach to the shape of a poetic text . In Elena Semino and Jonathan Culpeper, eds. Cognitive Stylistics: Language and Cognition in Text Analysis, 23-47. John Benjamins Publishing Company. CSN 1427864

2002 Momentary stays, exploding forces: A cognitive linguistic approach to the poetics of Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost. Journal of English Linguistics 30.1: 73-90. CSN 1400172

2001 Emily Dickinson’s double language: An introduction to the writings of Hans W. Luescher. With Rolf Amsler. In Gudrun M. Grabher and Martina Antretter, eds., Emily Dickinson at Home, 249-266. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.

2000 Poetry and the scope of metaphor: Toward a cognitive theory of literature. In Antonio Barcelona, ed.,Metaphor and Metonymy at the Crossroads, 253-81. Berlin: Mouton. CSN 1427868

1998 A cognitive approach to Dickinson’s metaphors. In Gudrun M. Grabher, Roland Hagenbüchle, and Cristanne Miller, eds., The Emily Dickinson Handbook. 258-272. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. CSN

1998 Metaphors of mind: Analogical mapping in teaching poetry. The Pedagogical Quarterly of Cognitive Linguistics 1.1: http://pqcl.indstate.edu/.

1998 Another way to see: Emily Dickinson’s cognitive power. Thoughts, 19–27.Department of English, Chulalangonkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

1997 Grounded spaces: Deictic -self anaphors in the poetry of Emily Dickinson. Language and Literature 6.1: 7–28. CSN 1428426

1996 Emily Dickinson and the discourse of intimacy. In Gudrun M. Grabher and Ulrike Jeßner, eds., Semantics of Silences in Linguistics and Literature, 191-210. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter. CSN 1428430

1995 Metaphor making meaning: Dickinson’s conceptual universe. Journal of Pragmatics 24.6: 643–666. CSN 1428434

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