Psychology Press, 1997 - 215 pagina's
A definitive introductory guide to modern critical ideas on literary style and stylistics. It will provide students with a basic grasp of stylistics and literary analysis.Richard Bradford provides a definitive introductory guide to modern critical ideas on literary style and stylistics. It will provide students with a basic grasp of stylistics and literary analysis.This comprehensive and accessible guidebook for undergraduates examines:* the terminology of literary form* how literary style has evolved since the sixteenth century* the role of stylistics in twentieth century criticism* the discipline of stylistics from classical rhetoric to post-structuralism* the relationship between literary style and its historical context* style and gender* examples of poems, plays and novels from Shakespeare to the present day.
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argues Augustan Augustan poetry axis Barthes blank verse broader Cartland complex context contextualist conventions couplet creates criticism cultural deep structure deictic devices diagram dialogue diegesis Donne’s double pattern effect elements Eliot example fiction Finnegans Wake flea focalization foreground formal free verse genre grammar iambic iambic pentameter interpretive community involves Jakobson Joyce’s levels linguistic literary and non-literary literary style literary texts literature meaning metalanguage metaphor metonymy metre metrical Milton’s narrative structure narrator non-literary discourses non-poetic language Northanger Abbey novel novelist passage pentameter perceived perceptions phrase poem poet poetic function poetry Pope’s prose reader reference referential relation relationship Renaissance reported speech rhetoric rhyme scheme semantic sentence sequence sexual shifts sjuzet social sonnet speaker specific speech act stanza stanzaic stylistic character stylistic features stylistic registers surface structure syllables syntactic syntax tenor tension textual textualist third-person narrative underpin unsettled verb Williams’s women words Wordsworth’s writing