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RODRIGUEZ, Adriana. Discourse analysis and its contributions to literary studies within the framework of the coordinates a. author, b. work, c. reader, and d. context. Andamios [online]. 2008, vol.5, n.9, pp.77-98. ISSN 1870-0063.

This work has a didactic intention essentially, and could be considered a "state of the question" about the place of literature within the very long field of expressions that represent the object of study in the analysis of discourse. The essay presents a synthesis of the most recognized tendencies within the discipline, including the definition that they have proposed for literature. Immediately thereafter, it enumerates and analyzes the conceptions that these tendencies offer about the fundamental factors of literature: author, work, reader and context.

Keywords : Analysis; speech; literature; reader; author; work; context.

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