Meaning of heteroglossic in English:



See heteroglossia

‘As she does so, Ross also shares with her reader the difficult choices the author confronts as she attempts to represent the diversity of her characters' speech and to create a heteroglossic novel.’
  • ‘The heteroglossic and dialogical sketches created by Langston Hughes are essentially dialogues.’
  • ‘We can only conclude then that the refracted intent of this heteroglossic and multi-voiced dialogue is to further a positive interaction between African American and white through evoking a common past.’
  • ‘This function of artistic organization poses a theoretical difficulty, for it signifies in fact nothing other than a subduing and disciplining of heteroglossic impulses.’
  • ‘Internal contradictions… are an inevitable part of such a heteroglossic approach.’