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Understanding language and its capacity to create literary effects is vital for any student of English. Stylistics, the linguistic study of literary texts, has a key role to play in literary criticism. This book covers the theory and practice of teaching stylistics, focusing on the value of objectivity, rigour and replicability in text analysis.

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Titel: Teaching Stylistics
Autoren/Herausgeber: Lesley Jeffries, D. McIntyre (Hrsg.)
Aus der Reihe: Teaching the New English
Ausgabe: 2011

ISBN/EAN: 9780230235885

Seitenzahl: 275
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 445 g
Sprache: Englisch

CAROL BELLARD-THOMSON, Researcher, University of Huddersfield, UK
DEREK BOUSFIELD, Head of the Division of Linguistics, English Language, Literature and Culture, University of Central Lancashire, UK
BEATRIX BUSSE, Professor of English (historical) Linguistics, Germany
ANNA CHESNOKOVA, Associate Professor in the Translation Department, Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine
MARINA LAMBROU, Principal Lecturer in English Language and Communication, Kingston University, UK
NINA NORGAARD, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, Institute of Language and Communication, University of Southern Denmark
MICK SHORT, Professor of English Language and Literature, Lancaster University
MICHAEL TOOLAN, Professor of English Language and Head of the Department of English, University of Birmingham, UK
WILLIE VAN PEER, Professor of Literary Studies and Intercultural Hermeneutics, University of Munich, Germany
VALENTINA YAKUBA, Associate Professor in the Translation Department, Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine
DAVID WEST, Lecturer in English, Ruhr Bochum University, Germany
SONIA ZYNGIER, Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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