Analysis of the Characters' Personalities in Everyday Use from the Perspective of Violating the Principle of Cooperation
Keywords:Everyday Use, Character Personalities, Conversation, Principle of cooperation.
This study examines the personality traits of characters in Everyday Use through the lens of violating the cooperative principle. The purpose is to analyze how characters' communication behaviors reflect their individual personalities. The methods include identifying examples of violating the cooperative principle in the text and analyzing their implications for character traits. The findings suggest that the characters' communication behaviors reveal their unique personality traits by violating the cooperative principle, which contributes to the understanding of literary analysis.
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