Studies in honor of Eddo Rigotti
Edited By Giovanni Gobber and Andrea Rocci
Lorenzo Cantoni, Stefano Tardini: Listening and silence in communication: reflections on two texts
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Listening and silence in communication: reflections on two texts
LORENZO CANTONI & STEFANO TARDINI, University of Lugano
1. Messages between production and understanding
In his famous novel about a marionette who became human, Carlo Collodi presents one of the first misbehaviors of Pinocchio: as soon as Pinocchio can use his legs, he flows away in the street, followed by Geppetto, who cannot catch him and shouts to everybody in the street: “Catch him! Catch him!”. A carabineer grabs Pinocchio by the nose and returns him to Geppetto:
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