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    -growing significance of the exploration of language potentialities that so much attention is paid in lingvo-stylistics to the analysis of expressive means (EMs) and stylistic devices (SDs), to their nature and functions, to their classification and to possible interpretations of additional meanings...
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  • litertature
    57, 60 script 48–7, 55, 64 secondary source 3–7, 100, 102, 105, 118 semiotics 77, 79, 86–5, 94–95, 99 sensitivity of film material 59 setting 13–16, 18, 20, 23–6, 42, 46– 5, 51–52, 56, 59 Shakespearean sonnet 41 short story 2, 11–13, 31, 69 showing 18–19, 54 sign xii–1, 86–5 sign...
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  • Ma English Syllabus
    Margaret William Wordsdworth 13. Uncle Podger Hangs a Picture Jerome K. Jerome 14. How to Escape from Intellectual Rubbish - Bertrand Russell 15. All the World is a Stage William Shakespeare 16. The Conjurer’s Revenge Stephen Leacock 17. Gather ye Rose Buds Robert Herrick 18. The Boy Comes Home A. A...
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    lexical unit, and the concept transmitted by the same unit in a work of art performing special stylistic functions. Tropes play an important (though an auxiliary) role in the interpretation of a text, but, certainly, the stylistic analysis should result in synthesis of any text and cannot be only the...
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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...
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  • stylistics
    46 Chapter 7. Stylistic Semasiology. Figures of Combination 63 Chapter 8. Stylistic Syntax. Syntactic Stylistic Devices 73 Plans of Seminars 85 Practical Assignments for Seminars 90 Practical Assignments for Independent Work 143 Approximate Scheme of Overall Stylistic Analysis of a Fiction...
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    . However, its length and subject matter do not diminish 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...
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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...
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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...
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  • THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE METAPHYSICAL POETRY ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN DONNE
    , government ("she is the state, he is the prince" from Donne's " The Sun 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...
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  • William Shakespear Biography
    time; and an envoi, not in sonnet form, warns the “lovely boy” that in the end nature must render up her treasure. Such an analysis can give no adequate idea of the qualities in these sonnets, whereby the appeal of universal poetry is built up on a basis of intimate self-revelation. The human document...
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  • Stylistic
    Stylistic Devices 73 Plans of Seminars 85 Practical Assignments for Seminars 90 Practical Assignments for Independent Work 143 Approximate Scheme of Overall Stylistic Analysis of a Fiction Text 174 Excerpts for Overall Stylistic Analysis 176 Fiction Extracts for a Comparative Analysis of...
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  • Up the Wall Notes
    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...
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    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 domesticity...
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  • Shakespeare's Idea Between Time and Love
    written by poems. I. Analysis of Sonnet 18 A. Interpretation of Sonnet 18 B. Discussion of the underlying meaning of time and love II. Analysis of Sonnet 19 A. Paraphrase of Sonnet 19 B. Denotation of the message of love with the comparison of Sonnet 18 III. Analysis of Sonnet 73 A. Summary...
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  • Language of Advertising
    stylistic features of expressiveness copywriter Any advertising copy submitted in writing or orally, is a text prepared beforehand, so the analysis of advertising texts we are dealing with two forms of implementation of the speech: writing or orally implementation of pre-written text...
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  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
    . John Milton Alexander Pope Jonathan Swift Henry Fielding : : : : 6 M. A. ENGLISH PART I SYLLABUS Suggested Readings : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Boris Ford G.M. Trevelyn Legouis and Cazamian M.H. Abrams J.A. Cuddon Clifford Leech Judith...
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  • Dickinson and Plath Comparative Analysis
    Poetry is an intense expression of feelings and ideas which reflect the joys and struggles of the person writing it. We use it to convey love, to mourn a loss, tell a story, or to say the things we are afraid to tell an actual person. Emily Dickinson and Sylvia Plath don't write sonnets. These two...
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  • The Role of Metaphor in Expressing Emotions
    sonnets. The choice is based on two reasons. Firstly, recent research states that “Metaphorical modes of expression are characteristic of all adult discourse”. Secondly, as stated above, the literature on the linguistic expression of emotions suggests a relatively high incidence of figurative language...
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  • Big Foot
    In this essay I will consider the social, economic and political factors of comparison of sonnet 18 and sonnet 130 by william shakespeare. In depth analysis of comparison of sonnet 18 and sonnet 130 by william shakespeare can be an enriching experience. Until recently considered taboo amongst...
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