Stylistics

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OUP Oxford, 28‏/03‏/2002 - 124 من الصفحات
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This book deals with the study of style in language, how styles can be recognized, and their features. It examines how style is used in literary and non-literary texts, and how familiarity with style is a matter of socialization. The author also discusses the relationship between text and discourse, the production and reception of meaning as a dynamic contextualized interaction, the question of perspective and the variable representation of reality, and how stylistics can complement literary criticism. The final chapter deals with social reading and ideological positioning, including some thoughts on feminist stylistics and critical discourse analysis.
 

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The concept of style
3
a newspaper headline
4
Style as motivated choice
5
Style in context
6
Style and persuasive effect
7
Conclusion
9
Style in literature
11
Text type and function
12
Given and new information
37
Ideological perspective
38
Conclusion
40
The language of literary representation
41
Speech and thought representation
45
Conclusion
53
Perspectives on literary interpretation
55
Interpreting a complete poem
57

Conclusion
16
Text and discourse
17
The nature of discourse
18
Textual and contextual meaning
19
The headline revisited
20
The context of literary discourse
21
The communicative situation in literary discourse
22
Conclusion
27
Perspectives on meaning
29
Perspective in narrative fiction
30
Stylistic markers of perspective and positioning
34
Deixis
35
Substantiation by analysis
58
Literary interpretation revisited
62
Conclusion
64
Stylistics and ideological perspectives
67
Social reading and ideological positioning
68
Incorporation of literary criticism into linguistic criticism?
74
Conclusion
78
Readings
79
References
109
Glossary
117
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Peter Verdonk is Emeritus Professor of Stylistics at the University of Amsterdam, where he started teaching in the early 1970s, after a career in maritime law. His main interests lie in rhetoric, literary criticism, discourse analysis, narratology and cognitive poetics.

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