Review: Cienki, A. and C. Muller (eds) (2008) Metaphor and Gesture. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia, PA: Benjamins.

Authors

  • Radan Martinec IKONA Research and Consulting

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/lhs.v4i3.321

Keywords:

Theory of Gesture, Non-verbal Communication, Gesture, Speech, Metaphor in Language and Gesture, Cienki, A., Muller, C.

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2011-07-14

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Martinec, R. (2011). Review: Cienki, A. and C. Muller (eds) (2008) Metaphor and Gesture. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia, PA: Benjamins. Linguistics and the Human Sciences, 4(3), 321–339. https://doi.org/10.1558/lhs.v4i3.321

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