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Stylistics : a resource book for students

Author: Paul Simpson
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2004.
Series: Routledge English language introductions series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Stylistics": is a comprehensive introduction to literary stylistics; covers the core areas, including register, dialect, vocabulary, grammar, sound and rhythm, speech and thought, narrative,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Lehrbuch
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Simpson
ISBN: 0415281040 9780415281041 0415281059 9780415281058 9780203496589 0203496582
OCLC Number: 53315346
Description: 247 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: What is stylistics? --
Stylistics and levels of language --
Grammar and style --
Rhythm and metre --
Narrative stylistics --
Style as choice --
Style and point of view --
Representing speech and thought --
Dialogue and discourse --
Cognitive stylistics --
Metaphor and metonymy --
Stylistics and verbal humour --
Development: doing stylistics --
Developments in stylistics --
Levels of language at work: an example from poetry --
Sentence styles: development and illustration --
Interpreting patterns of sound --
Developments in structural narratology --
Style and transitivity --
Approaches to point of view --
Techniques of speech and thought presentation --
Dialogue in drama --
Developments in cognitive stylistics --
Styles of metaphor --
Exploration: investigating style --
Is there a "literary language"? --
Style, register and dialect --
Grammar and genre: a short study in imagism --
Styles in a single poem: an exploration --
A sociolinguistic model of narrative --
Transitivity, characterisation and literary genre --
Exploring point of view in narrative fiction --
A workshop on speech and thought presentation --
Exploring dialogue --
Cognitive stylistics at work --
Exploring metaphors in different kinds of texts --
Extension: readings in stylistics --
How to use these readings --
Language and literature (Roger Fowler and F.W. Bateson) --
Style and verbal play (Katie Wales) --
Teaching grammar and style (Ronald Carter) --
Sound, style and onomatopoeia (Derek Attridge) --
Style variation in narrative (Mick Short) --
Transitivity at work (Deirdre Burton) --
Point of view: follow-up --
Speech and thought presentation: key to activities --
Literature as discourse (Mary Louise Pratt) --
Cognitive stylistics (Margaret Feeman) --
Cognitive stylistics and the theory of metaphor (Peter Stockwell) --
Allusion and parody (Walter Nash).
Series Title: Routledge English language introductions series.
Responsibility: Paul Simpson.
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