About Lin Shuwu’s Studying on Metaphor

Yan-li SHAO


Based on Lin Shuwu′s studying on Metaphor, this paper is elaborating his main opinion and contribution. It is considered that Lin Shuwu′s Metaphor research characterizes synchronic and diachronic, macroscopic and microscopic, his result of studying has creative aspects, and makes great effort to the scientific development of linguistic science.
Key words: Lin Shuwu, Metaphor studying, Critics
Résumé: Sur la base de l’étude métaphorique de longues années de Lin Shuwu, le présent article commente ses points de vue principaux et contributions. L’auteur pense que l’étude métaphorique de Lin est caractérisée par la combinaison synchronique-diachronique et la combinaison macro-micro. Ses résultats de recherches innovateurs apporte de la contribution au développement de la science linguistique.
Mots-clés: Lin Shuwu, étude métaphorique, traduction grammaticale

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020070304.006


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