Acasă Articole RTR Effets de l’emploi du déterminant possesif

Effets de l’emploi du déterminant possesif

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The Effects of Using the Possessive Determinative

In the present article we intend to point out some contextual effects of using the possessive determinative such as the ones we find in describing a text or in a dialogue. We shall insist upon the descriptive effects (centring our attention on the element
which is part of the „reference pole”; concentrating the sight upon one detail of the element; insisting upon the habit of an activity, etc.). We shall also insist upon the appreciative effects. They derive from the speaker’s appreciation which is expressed
in conversation. Such an appreciation may be positive (solidarity, affiliation, respect) or negative (contempt, irritation). These effects are created by the possessive determinative inside the relation expressing the subordination between two elements,
or inside a context where an element belongs to another. In order to illustrate these effects generated by the presence of the possessive determinative we have chosen examples from many literary texts.

Keywords: French possessive article, determinative, effects, descriptive, appreciative.

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