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Linguistic stylistics.

Nils Erik Enkvist

Linguistic stylistics.

by Nils Erik Enkvist

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Published by Mouton in The Hague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages -- Style.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [149]-176.

    SeriesJanua linguarum -- v. 5 Series critica ;, Janua linguarum -- v. 5
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP301 .E6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination181 p.
    Number of Pages181
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17755199M

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A Introduction: key concepts in stylistics 1 1 What is stylistics. 2 2 Stylistics and levels of language 5 3 Grammar and style 9 4 Rhythm and metre 14 5 Narrative stylistics 18 6 Style as choice 22 7 Style and point of view 26 8 Representing speech and thought 30 9 Dialogue and discourse 34 10 Cognitive stylistics 38 11 Metaphor and metonymy The present introduction to English stylistics is primarily intended to serve as a handbook for advanced students of English philology in the Estonian SSR.

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The variety in stylistics is File Size: KB. Stylistics, study of the devices in languages (such as rhetorical figures and syntactical patterns) that are considered to produce expressive or literary style. Style has been an object of study from ancient times.

Aristotle, Cicero, Demetrius, and Quintilian treated style as the proper adornment. Stylistics is a relatively modern branch of linguistics, often grouped under applied linguistics, which is devoted to the study of “style” or the linguistic choices made by speakers and writers, especially, but not exclusively, in literary texts as well as in other non-literary contexts such as advertisements, film and media, political.

Book Description. This book advocates for a new analytical framework that extends our understanding of multimodal meaning-making in the novel. Integrating theoretical traditions from stylistics and the influential social semiotic approach to multimodal communication developed by Kress and van Leeuwen, Nørgaard applies this method of analysis in order to build on existing stylistic practices.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Enkvist, Nils Erik. Linguistic stylistics. The Hague, Mouton, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource.

Stylistics is a branch of applied linguistics which studies style, especially in works of literature. Above all, it has long fascinated academics working at the interface between language and literature, as is attested in the opening chapter of Linguistics and Literary History by Leo Spitzer ().

The present major work is organized into four parts across six volumes. Literary stylistics is a practice of analyzing the language of literature using linguistic concepts and categories, with the goal of explaining how literary meanings are created by specific language choices and patterning, the linguistic foregrounding, in the text.

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Divided up into five sections; the noun phrase, the verb phrase, the clause, text structure and vocabulary, the book also provides an introduction to the basics of descriptive grammar for beginning students. Stylistics is the linguistic study of style in language.

It aims to account for how texts project meaning, how readers construct meaning and why readers respond to texts in the way that they do. This book is an introduction to stylistics that locates it firmly within the traditions of linguistics. Organised to reflect the historical development of stylistics from its origins in Russian.

31 Language and Literature: Stylistics PETER STOCKWELL 1 Introduction It might seem obvious to the non-specialist that literature, the most culturally valued and aesthetically prestigious form of language practice, is best studied using the resources developed in the field of linguistics.

However, this truismFile Size: KB. View Linguistic stylistics Research Papers on for free. Linguistic Stylistics. The Hague: Mouton, E-mail Citation» This book attempts to use linguistic description to address the question of whether there is a qualitative difference between personal (i.e., unique) style and public patterning of language.

This ambition appears implicitly linked to the quest for a definition of literary. an d stylistics, it can be concluded that pragmatics is a the ory o f appropriateness, whereas s tylistics is a theory of effectiveness. Basically, then, pra gmatics, as Hickey ( ) points.

Stylistics is a multidisciplinary and stimulating field of scientific enquiry with an increasingly significant impact on society, especially in cognitive, civic and pedagogical domains. This new four volume collection will showcase the main developments and the major achievements in stylistics.

Incl.Literary stylistics is thus not the same as linguistic criticism. The position of stylistics in relation to linguistics, is best put by Nils Erik Enkvist in his book Linguistic Stylistics (p.

27).A theoretical and practical guide to using corpus linguistic techniques in stylistic analysis. The use of corpora in stylistics has increased substantially in recent years but until now there has been no book detailing the theoretical basis and methodological practices of corpus stylistics.