Purpose Of Stylistics Essays and Term Papers

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    1. I ate a piece of chocolate cake 2. The librarian read the book to the students. 3. The money was stolen. 4. They are paid on Fridays. 5. The movie is being made in Hollywood. 6. I washed my car three weeks ago. 7. His hair was cut by a professional. 8. I will introduce...

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    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 (discourse)...

      1995 Words | 5 Pages   Language, Information, Stylistics (field of study), Linguistics

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    What are Types of 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. Types of Stylistics: 1. Computational Stylistics: Study of patterns formed in particular...

      458 Words | 2 Pages   Stylistics (field of study), Reader-response criticism, Linguistics, Psychology

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    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...

      11295 Words | 33 Pages   Rhetoric, Stylistics (field of study), Heteroglossia, Register (sociolinguistics)

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    it similar to scientific prose. Its emotional appeal is generally achieved by the use of words with emotive meaning, the use of imagery and other stylistic devices as in emotive prose. The publicistic style also has some elements of emotionally coloured colloquial style as the author has no need to make...

      3144 Words | 8 Pages   Rhetoric, Natural and legal rights, Writer, Prosody (linguistics)

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    Stylistics Lecture 2 Source: Halliday: ? Objectives You should be able to: 1. Define of the term stylistics 2. Explain the task of the stylistician 3. Explain the different phases of stylistic analysis 4. Explain what is involved in stylistic analysis. 5. Explain the difference between stylistics...

      483 Words | 3 Pages   Stylistics (field of study), Linguistics, Semantics, Language

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    [pic] A Stylistic Analysis to English News Report --Mexico helicopter crash kills Interior Secretary Blake Mora from BBC News A Stylistic Analysis to English News Report --Mexico helicopter crash kills Interior Secretary Blake Mora from BBC...

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    Stylistics; Mid-Term I. Choose the correct answer. (1p. 0.1 x 10) 1. When the going gets tough, the tough get going! (Chiasmus) a)...

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    1. Style in general. The object of linguostylistics. The cat. of variation. Stylistics, sometimes called lingvo-stylistics, is a branch of general linguistics. It deals mainly with two interdependent tasks: a) the investigation of the inventory of special language media which by their ontological...

      15908 Words | 46 Pages   Iamb (poetry), Syllable, Uses of English verb forms, Metre (poetry)

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    DEWI PUSPARINI F211 10 267 TUGAS STILISTIKA 1. Components of verbal communication: Addresser Context Message Contact Code Addressee An outline of these functions demands a concise survey of the constitutive factors in any speech event, in any act of verbal communication. The addresser...

      510 Words | 2 Pages   Metre (poetry), Stress (linguistics), Communication, Deixis

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    Alliteration 1. Is derived from Latin’s “Latira”. It means “letters of alphabet”. It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having the same first consonant sound, occur close together in a series. 2. Use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed syllable in a line of verse...

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    Styles 17 Chapter 3. Stylistic Lexicology 23 Chapter 4. Morphological Stylistics 30 Chapter 5. Phonetic and Graphic Expressive Mean sand Stylistic Devices 34 Chapter 6. Stylistic Semasiology. Lexico-semantic Stylistic Devices. Figures of Substitution 46 Chapter 7. Stylistic Semasiology. Figures...

      56854 Words | 185 Pages   Language, Linguistics, Parsing, Morphology (linguistics)

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    girl); "the toy of a girl" (a small, toylike girl). 28.Periphrasis and its kinds. Euphemistic periphrasis.(КНИГА) Periphrasis is a very peculiar stylistic device which basically consists of using a roundabout form of expression instead of a simpler one, i.e. of using a more or less complicated syntactical...

      2584 Words | 9 Pages   Metonymy

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    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 structure), grammar...

      12801 Words | 37 Pages   Semantics, Linguistics, Metonymy, Meaning (linguistics)

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    Stylistics and other linguistic disciplines As is obvious from the names of the branches or types of stylistic studies this science is very closely linked to the linguistic disci­plines philology students are familiar with: phonetics, lexicology and grammar due to the common study source. Stylistics...

      742 Words | 3 Pages   Semantics, Linguistics, Lexicology, Language

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    parallelism in these lines because the word ‘ashes’ has been repeated to focus the reader’s attention as to what he will be foregrounding. Next, is the stylistic device called semantic deviation. The writer has compared the landfill of ashes to a wheat field of a farm through the use of a simile. Furthermore...

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    1 Set expressions, Semi-fixed combinations and Free Phrases Types of Phraseological Units The vocabulary of a language consists not only of words but also word combinations which are differently called. Some of them refer to free word combinations, the others are called set expressions and the term...

      686 Words | 2 Pages   Language, Semantics, Idiom, Word

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    well-supported, researched, academic argument. Graded A,B,C/NC. Course Description English 102 focuses on the conventions of academic writing, and the purpose of this course is to help students write convincing, well developed, and well organized essays that synthesize, document, and respond to various sources...

      2692 Words | 11 Pages   English studies, Academic dishonesty, Fairy tale, Academic writing

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    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 explains...

      62548 Words | 173 Pages   Rhetoric, Iambic pentameter, Metre (poetry), Free verse

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    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 variation in the...

      286 Words | 2 Pages   Cooperative principle, Paul Grice, Stylistics (field of study), Linguistics

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