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Be conventionally indirect.
Notice, attend to H (his interests, wants, needs, goods).
Belsey, Catherine. John Milton: Language, Gender., Power 6 (1988).
Give association clues.
Exaggerate (interest, approval, sympathy with H).
Brown, P. Politeness: Some universals in language usage (Vol. 4). Cambridge University Press. (1987).
Intensify interest to H.
Brown, R., & Gilman, A. Politeness theory and Shakespeare's four major tragedies. Language in Society, (1989). 18(02), 159-212.
Minimize the imposition.
Use in-group identity markers.
Bryson, M. The Tyranny of Heaven: Milton's Rejection of God as King. University of Delaware Press. (2004).
Burton, D. Dialogue and discourse: A sociolinguistic approach to modern drama dialogue and naturally occurring conversation. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. (1980).
Cook, G. Discourse and literature: The interplay of form and mind. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. (1994).
Presuppose/raise/assert common ground.
Impersonalize S and H.
Curme, G. O. The Forms and Functions of the Subjunctive in the Classical and Modern Languages. Modern Philology, (1929). 387-399.
State the FTA as a general rule.
Empson, W. Milton's God. Cambridge University Press. (1981).
Flannagan, R. John Milton: a short introduction. John Wiley & Sons. (2008).
Go on record as incurring a debt, or as not indebting H Strategy (4) includes.
Use rhetorical questions.
Goffman, E. Interaction ritual: Essays in face to face behavior. AldineTransaction. (2005).
Include both S and H in the activity.
Hanford, J. H. The Dramatic Element in" Paradise Lost". Studies in Philology, (1917). 14(2), 178-195.
Give or (ask for) reason.
Herman, P. C. Destabilizing Milton: Paradise Lost, and the Poetics of Incertitude. Palgrave Macmillan. (2005).
Assume or assert reciprocity.
Miton, John. Paradise Lost. Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt (2006). New York: W.W. Norton & Company. 1872-1887.
Give gifts to H (goods, sympathy, understanding, cooperation) Strategy (3) includes.
Johnson, S. The Lives of the Poets: A Selection. Oxford University Press. (2009).
Be incomplete, use ellipsis ( Received 14 December 2014; accepted 27 December 2014 ).
Norbrook, D. Writing the English Republic: Poetry, Rhetoric and Politics, 1627-1660 (Vol. 218). Cambridge University Press. (1999).
Pratt, M. L. Toward a speech act theory of literary discourse (Vol. 266). Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (1977).
Raleigh, W. A. Milton. E. Arnold. (1900).
Samuel, I. The Dialogue in Heaven: A Reconsideration of Paradise Lost, III. 1417. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, (1957). 601-611. i Strategy (2), (3) and (4) consist of substrategies. Strategy (2) includes.