Author Topic: The subject of a piece as it's context.  (Read 1074 times)

Offline pljames

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The subject of a piece as it's context.
« on: September 27, 2014, 06:43:02 AM »
I love words, but each word has it's own history. It's not the words themselves that make up the sentence or piece, it's the context of the words, used within the piece. The word flow comes to mind. Can one word within the piece describe the whole piece? The word subject comes to mind. I have been studying the history of the words over sentence structioning and context. Could it be better understood in writing that the context of the words be like the subject of the piece instead of using the history of the words b themselves? Paul