A Dictionary of Stylistics

Longman, 2001 - 429 pagina's
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Stylistics is the study of styles of writing in texts from literary style to the style of a lawyer in giving evidence. The first edition of A Dictionary of Stylistics was published in 1990 and covers the core terms in stylistics and related disciplines of discourse analysis, literary theory and criticism, and text linguistics. Stylistics has continued to develop since the first edition was published, with new theories and approaches being absorbed from pragmatics; discourse analysis; relevance theory and cognitive linguistics, which are taken into account in this new edition. Katie Wales has rigorously updated the book, included many additional new terms to cover the new areas and has added an additional reading section.

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Katie Wales is Research Fellow in the School of English, University of Sheffield.

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