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0.37 Ann Banfield, Where Epistemology Style and Grammar Meet Literary History: The Development of Represented Speech and Thought, New Literary History, 1978.
0.31 John R. Searle, Structure and Intention in Language: A Reply to Knapp and Michaels, New Literary History, 1994.
0.28 John Sturrock, Writing between the Lines: The Language of Translation, New Literary History, 1990.
0.26 Jonathan Culler, Convention and Meaning: Derrida and Austin, New Literary History, 1981.
0.25 Richard Aczel, Commentary: Throwing Voices, New Literary History, 2001.
0.24 Eve Tavor Bannet, The Scene of Translation: After Jakobson Benjamin de Man and Derrida, New Literary History, 1993.
0.23 Steven Knapp Walter Benn Michaels, Reply to John Searle, New Literary History, 1994.
0.23 Gordon C. F. Bearn, Derrida Dry: Iterating Iterability Analytically, Diacritics, 1995.
0.22 Monika Fludernik, The Linguistic Illusion of Alterity: The Free Indirect as Paradigm of Discourse Representation, Diacritics, 1995.
0.21 Judith Butler, Betrayal's Felicity, Diacritics, 2004.
0.21 John R. Searle, Literary Theory and Its Discontents, New Literary History, 1994.
0.20 Owen Ware, Love Speech, Critical Inquiry, 2008.
0.20 Oswald Ducrot Catherine Porter Kara Rabbitt Linda Waugh, Charles Bally and Pragmatics, Diacritics, 1991.
0.19 Ann Banfield, L'écriture et le Non-Dit, Diacritics, 1991.
0.18 Cecelia Watson, Points of Contention: Rethinking the Past Present and Future of Punctuation, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.18 Barbara Herrnstein Smith, On the Margins of Discourse, Critical Inquiry, 1975.
0.18 Vicente L. Rafael, Translation American English and the National Insecurities of Empire, Social Text, 2009.
0.17 Amit Pinchevski, Freedom from Speech (Or the Silent Demand), Diacritics, 2001.
0.17 Marjorie Garber, " " (Quotation Marks), Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.17 George M. Wilson, Again Theory: On Speaker's Meaning Linguistic Meaning and the Meaning of a Text, Critical Inquiry, 1992.
0.17 Gábor Bezeczky, Literal Language, New Literary History, 1991.
0.17 Richard Aczel, Hearing Voices in Narrative Texts, New Literary History, 1998.
0.17 John R. Searle, The Logical Status of Fictional Discourse, New Literary History, 1975.
0.16 Judith Butler, Sovereign Performatives in the Contemporary Scene of Utterance, Critical Inquiry, 1997.
0.16 Denise Riley, Bad Words, Diacritics, 2001.
0.16 Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Poetry as Fiction, New Literary History, 1971.
0.16 Edouard Glissant Pierre Joris, From Introduction to a Poetics of the Diverse, boundary 2, 1999.
0.16 Hugh Bredin, Onomatopoeia as a Figure and a Linguistic Principle, New Literary History, 1996.
0.15 Stanley E. Fish, With the Compliments of the Author: Reflections on Austin and Derrida, Critical Inquiry, 1982.
0.15 Peggy Kamuf, Afterburn: An Afterword to "The Flying Manuscript", New Literary History, 2006.
0.15 Kate E. Brown Howard I. Kushner, Eruptive Voices: Coprolalia Malediction and the Poetics of Cursing, New Literary History, 2001.
0.15 Michael J. Golec, "The Thinking Man's Filter": J L Austin's Ordinary Language Philosophy as Cultural Criticism, Cultural Critique, 2009.
0.15 Niall Lucy Alec McHoul, The Logical Status of Searlean Discourse, boundary 2, 1996.
0.15 Isaac Rabinowitz, "Word" and Literature in Ancient Israel, New Literary History, 1972.
0.15 P. D. Juhl, Do Computer Poems Show That an Author's Intention Is Irrelevant to the Meaning of a Literary Work?, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.15 Jonathan Rée, Funny Voices: Stories Punctuation and Personal Identity, New Literary History, 1990.
0.15 Richard Ohmann, Speech Literature and the Space between, New Literary History, 1972.
0.14 Marc Shell, Babel in America; Or the Politics of Language Diversity in the United States, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.14 Tzvetan Todorov Patricia Martin Gibby, The Verbal Age, Critical Inquiry, 1977.
0.14 Victor P. H. Li, Philology and Power: Ezra Pound and the Regulation of Language, boundary 2, 1986.
0.14 Christian Metz Béatrice Durand-Sendrail Kristen Brookes, The Impersonal Enunciation or the Site of Film (In the Margin of Recent Works on Enunciation in Cinema), New Literary History, 1991.
0.14 Jon Erickson, The Language of Presence: Sound Poetry and Artaud, boundary 2, 1985.
0.14 Felix Martinez-Bonati, The Act of Writing Fiction, New Literary History, 1980.
0.13 Priyadarshi Patnaik, Not-Words, New Literary History, 1995.
0.13 Andrew Gibson, Commentary: Silence of the Voice, New Literary History, 2001.
0.13 Jay Schleusener, Convention and the Context of Reading, Critical Inquiry, 1980.
0.13 Jane Gallop, "Women" in Spurs and Nineties Feminism, Diacritics, 1995.
0.13 Walter J. Ong, African Talking Drums and Oral Noetics, New Literary History, 1977.
0.13 Fernando Lázaro Carreter, The Literal Message, Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.13 Robert B. Meyers, Pragmatic Interpretation, boundary 2, 1980.
0.13 Eric S. Rabkin, Metalinguistics and Science Fiction, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.13 Michael Holquist, Answering as Authoring: Mikhail Bakhtin's Trans-Linguistics, Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.13 Jacques Derrida Lawrence Venuti, What Is a "Relevant" Translation?, Critical Inquiry, 2001.
0.13 Gennady Aygi Pierre Joris Léon Robel, From "A Few Remarks concerning My Poetry", boundary 2, 1999.
0.13 David Boucher, Conversation and Political Thought, New Literary History, 1986.
0.13 John Reichert, But That Was in Another Ball Park: A Reply to Stanley Fish, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.13 Renato Barilli Carla Billitteri, [The Italian Avant-Gardes in This Century], boundary 2, 1999.
0.12 E. D. Hirsch_ Jr., Stylistics and Synonymity, Critical Inquiry, 1975.
0.12 Jonathan Rée, The Translation of Philosophy, New Literary History, 2001.
0.12 Dennis Tedlock, Beyond Logocentrism: Trace and Voice among the Quiché Maya, boundary 2, 1979.
0.12 Stanley E. Fish, How Ordinary Is Ordinary Language?, New Literary History, 1973.
0.12 Max Black, Meaning and Intention: An Examination of Grice's Views, New Literary History, 1973.
0.12 Jonathan Rée, Voice to Voice: Reflections on the Art of Conversation, New Literary History, 2001.
0.12 William Franke, The Singular and the Other at the Limits of Language in the Apophatic Poetics of Edmond Jabès and Paul Celan, New Literary History, 2005.
0.12 Joseph Lease, Poem with Flawed Lines, boundary 2, 1982.
0.12 Gary Saul Morson, Who Speaks for Bakhtin?: A Dialogic Introduction, Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.12 David Schur, Compulsion as Cure: Contrary Voices in Early Freud, New Literary History, 2001.
0.12 Nicole Brossard Pierre Joris, [I Like to Say We and Look Elsewhere], boundary 2, 1999.
0.12 Jorge Santiago Perednik Molly Weigel, Four P(r)o(bl)ems, boundary 2, 1999.
0.12 George Steiner, Whorf Chomsky and the Student of Literature, New Literary History, 1972.
0.11 Kendall Walton, Thoughtwriting—in Poetry and Music, New Literary History, 2011.
0.11 Steven Knapp Walter Benn Michaels, Against Theory 2: Hermeneutics and Deconstruction, Critical Inquiry, 1987.
0.11 Francis Berry, Commentary, New Literary History, 1972.
0.11 Dennis Tedlock, Learning to Listen: Oral History as Poetry, boundary 2, 1975.
0.11 Gene Frumkin, There Is No Reason to It, boundary 2, 1988.
0.11 Jean-François Lyotard Brian Massumi, Rules and Paradoxes and Svelte Appendix, Cultural Critique, 1986.
0.11 David McFadden, Tongue to Tongue, boundary 2, 1974.
0.11 Denis Donoghue, Orality Literacy and Their Discontents, New Literary History, 1996.
0.11 Linda R. Waugh, Against Arbitrariness: Imitation and Motivation Revived with Consequences for Textual Meaning, Diacritics, 1993.
0.11 Rastko Mǒcnik, Toward a Materialist Concept of Literature, Cultural Critique, 1986.
0.11 David Bleich, Globalization Translation and the University Tradition, New Literary History, 2008.
0.11 Mara Mills, Deaf Jam: From Inscription to Reproduction to Information, Social Text, 2010.
0.11 Christopher Fynsk, Apartheid Word and History, boundary 2, 1989.
0.11 Manfred Jahn, Commentary: The Cognitive Status of Textual Voice, New Literary History, 2001.
0.11 Toril Moi, "They practice their trades in different worlds": Concepts in Poststructuralism and Ordinary Language Philosophy, New Literary History, 2009.
0.11 Stanley E. Fish, Normal Circumstances Literal Language Direct Speech Acts the Ordinary the Everyday the Obvious What Goes without Saying and Other Special Cases, Critical Inquiry, 1978.
0.11 Peter Brooks, The Text of Muteness, New Literary History, 1974.
0.11 Samuel Jay Keyser Alan Prince, Folk Etymology in Sigmund Freud Christian Morgenstern and Wallace Stevens, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.10 Jean-François Lyotard Georges Van Den Abbeele, The Différend the Referent and the Proper Name, Diacritics, 1984.
0.10 Harryette Mullen, Imagining the Unimagined Reader: Writing to the Unborn and Including the Excluded, boundary 2, 1999.
0.10 Ronald A. Sharp, Interrogation at the Borders: George Steiner and the Trope of Translation, New Literary History, 1989.
0.10 R. C., Introduction, New Literary History, 2001.
0.10 Fredrik Hertzberg, Gunnar Björling: Poetics and Poetry, boundary 2, 2002.
0.10 Sandra Laugier, Introduction to the French edition of Must We Mean What We Say?, Critical Inquiry, 2011.
0.10 Glenn W. Most, The Languages of Poetry, New Literary History, 1993.
0.10 Hilary Putnam, A Comparison of Something with Something Else, New Literary History, 1985.
0.10 Richard Kuhns, Semantics for Literary Languages, New Literary History, 1972.
0.10 , Foucault Responds/2, Diacritics, 1971.
0.10 Douglas Gunn, In Dissemblance Deft: Robert Creeley's "Undisciplined" Prose, boundary 2, 1989.
0.10 Bryan Green, The Social beyond Words: The Case of Harold Garfinkel, New Literary History, 2008.