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When phonetics matters: creation and perception of female images in song folklore

:// Rhodes, R. (1994). Aural images. In Sound symbolism. Hinton, L., Nichols, J. & Ohala, J.J. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 276-292. Sandburg, C. (1936). The people, yes. New York: Mariner Books. Sedley, D. (2013). Plato's Cratylus. In The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy. Zalta, E.N. (ed.). Available at: Stashko, H. (2016). Sound symbolism in female images creation (based on American song folklore). In Science and education a new dimension. Philology , IV (20), Iss

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An American woman through the prism of the epithet: semasiological aspect in creating images

Publications. Sandburg, C. (1936). The people, yes. New York: Mariner Books. Stashko, H.I. (2016). Female images in American song folklore: Linguostylistic and linguoculturological aspects. Thesis for the Candidate Degree in Philology, Speciality 10.02.04 – Germanic languages. Kyiv: Kyiv National Linguistic University. / Stashko H.I. Zhinochi obrazy v amerykans’komu pisennomu fol’klori: Linhvostylistychnyj ta linhvokul’turolohichnyj aspekty. Dysertatsiya na zdobuttya vchenoho stupenya kandydata filolohichnykh nauk. Kyyiv: Kyyivs’kyj natsional

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