A Dictionary of Stylistics by Katie Wales PDF

By Katie Wales

ISBN-10: 1408231158

ISBN-13: 9781408231159

Over the last ten years there were outstanding advances in stylistics. those have given upward push to new phrases and to revised deliberating ideas and re-definitions of phrases. A Dictionary of Stylistics, 2d version includes over six hundred alphabeticlly indexed entries: totally revised because the first and moment versions, it includes many new entries.

Drawing fabric from stylistics and various similar disciplines reminiscent of sociolinguistics, cognitive linguistics and standard rhetoric, the revised 3rd variation offers a priceless reference paintings for college kids and lecturers of stylistics, in addition to severe discourse research and literary feedback. while it offers a common photo of the character, insights and methodologies of stylistics. in addition to explaining terminology essentially and concisely, this variation encompasses a topic index for additional ease of use.

With a variety of quotations; causes for lots of uncomplicated phrases from grammar and rhetoric; and a complete bibliography, it is a special reference paintings and guide for stylistic and textual research. scholars and lecturers at secondary and tertiary degrees of English language and literature or English as a overseas or moment language, and of linguistics, will locate it a useful resource of data.

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NE ring, rang, rung. ■ aporia (1) From Gk ‘impassable path’, a term in rhetoric to describe a moment of deliberation or hesitation on the part of a speaker, particularly when confronted by an apparently insolvable problem or conundrum. Hamlet’s famous ‘To be or not to be’ soliloquy in III. i provides a striking extended example. (2) This soliloquy also illustrates, in the movement of Hamlet’s logical reasoning, the revival of the term in deconstruction theory, in the sense of a textual impasse or paradox, a moment when the logic is unravelled.

G. He was struggling in every direction, he was the centre of the writhing and kicking knot of his own body . . (the opening of William Golding’s Pincher Martin). With the possible ‘anticipation’ of fuller information, the pronoun may be described as having cataphoric reference (but see that entry for problems). (3) Some uses of the term anaphora (-ic) are confusing, and are best avoided, since these senses are usefully named by other terms. g. John Lyons 1977) to include both anaphoric and cataphoric reference, for which the general term endophoric has otherwise sometimes been favoured: reference within the text or discourse.

In a novel or a play, such appropriateness conditions must normally be recreated by the author in the construction of dialogue, itself subjected to the reader’s judgment of literary appropriateness and thematic relevance (see (1) above). ■ archaism (1) Archaism and its derivative adjective archaic reflect an awareness of language change, and belong to a set of terms which range from ‘obsolescence’/ ‘obsolete’ to ‘innovation/innovatory’. Archaism is the retention or survival of linguistic features no longer generally current, usually in varieties that are themselves ‘unusual’ in some way.

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