The Ghost of Anyone's Father

SHAKESPEAREAN INTERNATIONAL YEARBOOK, Vol. 4, pp. 72-97, Graham Bradshaw, Thomas Bishop, Mark Turner, eds., Hants, U.K.: Ashgate, 2004

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Mark B. Turner

Case Western Reserve University - Department of Cognitive Science

Date Written: January 28, 2004

Abstract

This article analyzes the complexities of the basic mental operation of conceptual integration, especially double-scope conceptual integration, as revealed in texts by Shakespeare, especially Hamlet and King Henry the Sixth, part one, most notably the speech by Lord Talbot addressed to "Thou Antic Death."

Keywords: conceptual integration, metaphor, metonymy, blending, compression

Suggested Citation

Turner, Mark B., The Ghost of Anyone's Father (January 28, 2004). SHAKESPEAREAN INTERNATIONAL YEARBOOK, Vol. 4, pp. 72-97, Graham Bradshaw, Thomas Bishop, Mark Turner, eds., Hants, U.K.: Ashgate, 2004. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1334445

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