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Nezmocnili se Jen medii, titulku a frazi (Nekula 1992b: 120) - (sie haben irrz Griff nicht nur Medien, Phrasen und Schlagworter (Nekula 1992a: 399)), die Archaisierung der Wortfolge durch Inversion (z. B. Doch immer wieder wendet sein Gesicht sich ab (Nekula 1992a: 398)) oder verschiedene Kontaktmittel, neue Interpunktion dienen der inhaltlichen Optimalisierung des Zieltextes. Weiter finden wir im Zieltext bei M. Nekula mehrere Erweiterungen im Attribut oder Erweiterung der Adverbialia. Die eingeschobenen Attribute oder Adverbialia waren oft bereits als latente, geahnte Sachinformation im Kontext (im herumliegenden Text) anwesend.

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