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The eight lines of Blake’s “Infant Sorrow”, analyzed thoroughly by Jakobson (1970), exemplify the distinction between Conventional and Individual poetic structure - both constructed from aspects of the grammatical code itself. INFANT SORROW My mother groan’d! my father wept. Into the dangerous world I leapt: t Helpless, naked, piping loud: Like a fiend hid in a cloud. Struggling in my father’s hands, Striving against my swaddling bands, Bound and weary I thought best To sulk upon my mother’s breast.

Darrow, C. W. (1962) Eye movements, EEG, GSR, and EKG during mental multiplication. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurology, 14, 739-746. Mackworth, N. , & Morandi, A. J. (1967) The gaze selects informative details within pictures. Perception and Psychophysics, 2, 547-552. Marks, D. F. (1972) Individual differences in the vividness of visual imagery and their effect on function. In P. W. ), The function and nature of imagery. New York, Academic Press. , & Berger, R. J. (1969) Rapid eye movements and dream imagery: Arc they related?

There is, in other words, an analogue to “phonology” in sign languages like ASL. The mere fact that certain, but not all, gestures are recognized as possible signs, though they are not necessarily actual signs of ASL, is itself, of course, an indication that the formational level of the lexical items (the signs) represents a rule-governed system like that of the phonology of the word. But a sign is not in its internal constitution like a string of letters written in the air. In fact, there does exist a form of manual communication (distinct from ASL) used in certain situations by the deaf, and by the hearing in communication with the deaf, in which each letter of the English alphabet is represented by a certain configuration of the fingers.

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Cognition, Vol. 4, No. 1 by J. Mehler, T. G. Bever & S. Franck (Editors)
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