• Decoding stylistics
    Decoding Stylistics   Stylistics of the author and of the reader. The notions of encoding and decoding           Decoding stylistics is the most recent trend in stylistic research that employs theoretical findings in such areas of science as information theory, psychology, statistical stud
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  • Stylistics
    PART I INTRODUCTION I. GENERAL NOTES ON STYLE AND STYLISTICS Stylistics, sometimes called l i n g u o - s t y 1 i s t i c s, is a branch of general linguistics. It has now been more or less definitely outlined. It deals mainly with two interdependent tasks: a) th
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  • Kukharenko v. a. a book of practice in english stylistics
    Кухаренко В. А. Практикум з стилістики англійської мови: Підручник. — Вінниця: Нова книга, 2000. — 160 с. Кухаренко Валерия Андреевна, д.ф.н., проф., кафедра лексиÐ
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  • Stylistics
    Stylistics Definitions of Stylistics: • The study of style. Style has to do with making CHOICES • The study of the way an author uses words and grammar as well as other elements both within the sentence and within the text as a whole • Part of linguistics which concentrates on variatio
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  • Stylistics (lectures)
    1. Style and Stylistics. Language, speech and text. No one knows for sure what it is. The scope of problems stylistics is to solve, its very object and its tasks are open to discussion up to the present day, regardless of the fact that it goes back to ancient rhetoric and poetics. According t
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  • Stylistics
    Stylistics is the study and interpretation of texts from a linguistic perspective. As a discipline it links literary criticism and linguistics, but has no autonomous domain of its own.[1][2] The preferred object of stylistic studies is literature, but not exclusively "high literature" but also other
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  • Stylistics
    Newspaper style. includes informative materials: news in brief, headlines, ads, additional articles. But not everything published in the paper can be included in N.S. we mean publicist essays, feature articles, scient. Reviews are not N.S. to attract the readers attention special means are used by
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  • Stylistics
    Stylistics, sometimes called linguostylistics, is a branch of general linguistics. It deals mainly with two interdependent tasks: a) the investigation of special language means which secure the desirable effect of the utterance(stylistics devices and expressive means) b) certain types of texts
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  • Stylistics
    STYLISTICS In Stylistics Richard Bradford provides a definitive introductory guide to modern critical ideas on literary style and stylistics. The book includes examples of poems, plays and novels from Shakespeare to the present day. This comprehensive and accessible guidebook for undergraduates
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  • General notes on style and stylistics
    oduct Part I. Intrion General Notes on Style and Stylistics 9 Expressive Means (EM) and Stylistic Devices (SD) 25 General Notes on Functional Styles of Language 32 Varieties of Language 35 Brief Outline of the Development of the English Literary (Standard) language 41 Meaning from a Sty
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  • English stylistics
    ENGLISH STYLISTICS G. Misikova – Linguistic stylistics I. R. Galperin- Stylistics Crystal D. and Davy D. – Investigating English Style / for non-literary styles STYLISTICS Style and Styleme Å tylistika je náuka o výbere a spôsobe využívania jazykových a mimojazykovÃ
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  • Stylistics
    STYLISTICS (лекции) 1. Stylistics as a science. Branches of stylistics. Stylistics is a branch of general linguistics. It has mainly with two tasks: Stylistics – is regarded as a lang-ge science which deals with the results of the act of communication. There are 2 basic objects of sty
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  • stylistics
     УДК 811.11Г38(075) ББК 81.432.1-7 Рекомендовано Міністерством освіти і науки України як навчальний посібник для студентів вищих навчальних закладів (лист № 14J 18.2-391 від 04.03.04) Рецензенти : доктор філологічних наук Н. І. Панасенко Кандидат філологічних наук /. М. Підгайська...
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  • Stylistics
    1. Stylistics as a branch of linguistics. The problem of stylistic research Units of language on different levels are studied by traditional branches of linguistics as phonetics (that deals with speech sounds and intonation), lexicology (treats the words, their meaning and vocabulary...
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  • FUNCTIONAL STYLISTICS
    FUNCTIONAL STYLISTICS Functional stylistics is a branch of linguistics which studies functional varieties of the literary language determined by specific spheres and aims of communication. In modern society every person constantly finds himself in regularly recurring situations...
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  • Fight club - when does life have no purpose?
    David Fincher's Fight Club is a narrated movie that explains the journey of the narrator's mid-life crisis; the movie begins with the ending scene, a microscopic view of a gun inside of the narrator's mouth. All of the particles and germs are very visible to give the viewer an idea of what to expect
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  • The purpose of a dream: hispanic and african americans adult students
    The purpose of a Dream: Hispanic and African Americans adult students within a Multicultural Environment. An analysis of this problem is due to such issues as age, gender and power. In working with adult students and multicultural groups as a teacher¡¦s assistant (which consist of related fa
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  • A tale of two cities: purpose of the book
    The main purpose of this book is to show the contrasts between the peaceful city of London and the city of Paris, tearing itself apart in revolution. This is apparent in the very first line of the book, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...." This is a contrast of the two cities, L
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  • Is the purpose of advertising to create cognitive dissonance
    Advertising deals with people's feelings and emotions. It includes understanding of the psychology of the buyer, his motives, attitudes, as well as the influences on him such as his family and reference groups, social class and culture. In order to increase the advertisements persuasiveness, adverti
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  • Purpose of human life
    Man is in search of happiness, but has no peace of mind. Even if he succeeds in achieving his objectives, he remains dissatisfied. His search for peace and happiness, therefore, never ends. Saint Augustine says that God gave us the senses for using them properly, but we misuse them by indulging in s
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