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L’étrange pouvoir de la métaphore filée. Le cas des descriptions œnologiques des vins dits ‘nature

Abstract : Œnological descriptions of natural wines have adopted a rhetoric of transgression that both identifies natural wines and distinguishes them from conventional wines. One of the forms of transgression, used in particular in the guides devoted to field, consists in the explotation of extended metaphors more or less surprising in the œnological context. We hypothesize that these extended metaphors, forms of repetition paticurlarly visible in texts, possess a semantic productivity that goes beyond the simple effect of transgression and participate fully in the successful discourse of the sensations of tasting. These extended metaphors are presented as games of conceptual integration (Fauconnier, Gréa) between semantic domains that feeds the figurative fabric characteristic of the effort to putting sensoriality into words
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Nicolas Couegnas. L’étrange pouvoir de la métaphore filée. Le cas des descriptions œnologiques des vins dits ‘nature. Espaces Linguistiques, PULIM, A paraître, « Dis-moi ce que tu répètes, je te dirai qui tu es », dir. S. Anquetil et C. Lefebvre-Scodeller. ⟨halshs-02518311⟩

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