On the basis of W. Duvakin's 'Conversations avec Bakhtine' (Conversation with Bakhtin) the authoress describes, as a case study, the conversational history of the above-mentioned persons. She claims that the conversational history comprises: characters of participants and their relations which change during the interaction, circumstances of the meeting, memory markers allowing for the construction of a thematic coherence. Assuming that the analyzed conversation represented a historical narration, the participant's memory (or lack of memory) appears to be an important cognitive category.
M. Kita, Uniwersytet Slaski, Instytut Jezyka Polskiego, pl. Sejmu Slaskiego 1, 40-032 Katowice, Poland
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