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Abstract Linguistically speaking, the concept of humor, which seems to be vast for people, has specific dimensions by which it is generated including: puns, irony, sarcasm, wittiness, and contrastive utterances in relation to the speakers of those utterances. Full Text: PDF. References Blackwell, E, S. Pragmatic Literary Stylistics. Liverpool, LP: Palgrave. Grice, H, P. Logic and Conversation. London, LND: Elsevier. Hyland, P. Disguise on the Early Modern English Stage.
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