• English
    NOTES ON STYLE AND Stylistics 6 2. EXPRESSIVE MEANS (EM) AND STYLISTIC DEVICES (SD) 21 3. GENERAL NOTES ON FUNCTIONAL STYLES OF LANGUAGE 28 4. VARIETIES OF LANGUAGE 30 5. A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLISH LITERARY (STANDARD) LANGUAGE 36 6. MEANING FROM A STYLISTIC POINT OF VIEW 51 ...
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  • In Memoriam
    articles rated and ranked by Helium members on: Poetry analysis: In Memoriam, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson * 1 of 4 by Marianne Porter Tennyson is one of the best known poets of the Victorian era, and indeed his stylistic features and subjects epitomise the read more ...
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  • Galperin
    STYLE AND Stylistics 5 2. EXPRESSIVE MEANS (EM) AND STYLISTIC DEVICES (SD) 20 3. GENERAL NOTES ON FUNCTIONAL STYLES OF LANGUAGE 27 4. VARIETIES OF LANGUAGE 30 5. A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLISH LITERARY (STANDARD) LANGUAGE 35 6. MEANING FROM A STYLISTIC POINT...
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  • Wilfred Owen
    Wilfred Owen ------------------------------------------------- (1893-1918) Wilfred Edward Salter Owen MC (18 March 1893 – 4 November 1918) was an English poet and soldier, one of the leading poets of the First World War. His shocking, realistic war poetry on...
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  • Ma English Syllabus
    Conjurer’s Revenge Stephen Leacock 17. Gather ye Rose Buds Robert Herrick 18. The Boy Comes Home A. A. Milne *Course Work for Term – I Units from 1 to 9 along with exercises given below each unit *Course Work for Term – II Units from 10 to 18 along with exercises given below each unit (c) Suggestions for Teachers...
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  • stylistics
    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...
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    the poem’s rich stylistic qualities. In a general outline of the poem, it is a sonnet with an AABBCCDDEEFFGG rhyme scheme. From the first reading the reader can already discern the textual patterning of the poem. It is divided into two parts, which deviates from the conventional sonnet of 3 stanzas with...
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  • Analysis “Sonnet I” by William Percy
    Sonnet I from William Percy, Sonnets to the Fairest Coelia. London, 1594. Analysis of the communicative situation and the topic, about the figuartive language, the metre and the central problem. 1. Communicative Situation and Topic In the following I am going to analyse the poem “Sonnet I” by William...
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  • sosnovskaya analytical reading
    of literature and in stylistics. The few books on the subject that are available present either an inventory of linguo-stylistic and literary terms (S. Mostkova, T. Smikalova, S. Chernyavskaya. "English Literary Terms". L., 1967) or are outlines and essays on English stylistics (И. Р. Гальперин. «Очерки...
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  • Poem
          STYLISTIC  ANALYSIS OF  E.E.CUMMINGS’   POEMS   Stylistics is the study of stylistic variation in languages and of the way in which this is exploited by their users. This definition is certainly general enough; it covers that those who use the term’ stylistics’ would want to be covered by it...
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  • THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE METAPHYSICAL POETRY ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN DONNE
    Rising" ), travelling ( Donne's " Go and Catch a Falling Star" )... Some characteristics of metaphysical poetry: a tendency to psychological analysis of emotion of love and religion an ability for imagery that is novel, unpoetical and sometimes shocking, drawn from the common place ( actual life...
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  • The Role of Metaphor in Expressing Emotions
    entitled “ An investigation into the role of metaphor in description of emotions in English poetic disscourse” and focused on William Shakespeares’ sonnets. The choice is based on two reasons. Firstly, recent research states that “Metaphorical modes of expression are characteristic of all adult discourse”...
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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) the...
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  • Up the Wall Notes
    suffering and interprets life in the suburbs entirely differently - “the matter ends” without the couple resolving anything STYLISTIC POINTS - in the form of a sonnet, with 14 lines - highly ordered form of poetry is very ironic because the circumstances being described are disorder and dysfunctional...
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  • Drama Translation
    Borrowing foreign language means or creating Czech equivalents is not only restricted to the lexical units but also to the stylistic values. Levý (Levý 1963, p.69) mentions blank verse, sonnet, ghazal, haiku, and blues in this context. 3.2 THE TRANSLATION OF A DRAMATIC TEXT The translator of a dramatic...
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    her suffering and interprets life in the suburbs entirely differently “the matter ends” without the couple resolving anything STYLISTIC POINTS in the form of a sonnet, with 14 lines highly ordered form of poetry is very ironic because the circumstances being described are disorder and dysfunctional...
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  • Shakespeare's Idea Between Time and Love
    Thesis In Shakespeare’s sonnets, he discusses the conflicts that men have with time, such as time with human being’s body and time with the mind. Although time withers the body and eventually takes away the mind, however, Shakespeare writes that time cannot defeat love, especially when love is written...
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  • Stylistic
    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...
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  • William Shakespear Biography
    most difficult problem which a biographer has to handle, that of the Sonnets. But this will be more conveniently taken up at a later point, and it is only necessary here to put on record the probability that the earliest of the sonnets belong to the period now under discussion. There is a surmise, which...
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  • precis
    -C-114 Writing the Poetry Analysis Précis Definition: The poetic précis is a highly structured four sentence paragraph that records the essential elements of a poem, including the name of the poet, the context of the delivery, the theme or meaning of the poem, the stylistic elements of development...
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