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Stylistics is a multidisciplinary and stimulating field of scientific enquiry with an increasingly significant impact on society, especially in cognitive, civic and pedagogical domains. This new four volume collection will showcase the main developments and the major achievements in stylistics. Included will be the most important works that have been at the forefront of stylistic scholarship in the past forty years, and the debates and controversies that have taken place. They will also include key texts on methodology and on models of interpretation that have been developed and will show how stylistics has been both effected by linguistic, philosophical and psychological theories and how it, in turn, has influenced them.show more

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  • Hardback | 1572 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 114.3mm | 2,925g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 114 black & white tables
  • 1138888885
  • 9781138888883

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Stylistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics Editor: M. Burke Contents Page Volume 1: Stylistics: Theory, Method and History 1. R. Jacobson, (1996) 'Closing Statement: Linguistics and Poetics', in J. J. Weber (ed.), The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present (London: Arnold, 1996), pp. 10-35. Originally published in T. Seboek (ed), Style in Language (MIT Press, 1960). 2. M. A. K. Halliday, 'Linguistic Function and Literary Style: An Inquiry into the Language of William Golding's "The Inheritors"', in J. J. Weber (ed.), The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present (London: Arnold, 1996), pp. 56-86. Originally published in S. Chatman (ed.), Literary Style: A Symposium (Oxford University Press, 1971). 3. S. Fish, 'What is Stylistics and Why are they Saying Such Terrible Things About It?"', in J. J. Weber (ed.), The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present (London: Arnold, 1996), pp. 94-116. Originally published in S. Chatman (ed.), Approaches to Poetics (Columbia University Press, 1973). 4. M. Toolan, 'Stylistics and its Discontents: Or Getting Off the Fish "Hook"', in J. J. Weber (ed.), The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present (London: Arnold, 1996), pp. 117-135. Originally published in M. Toolan, Stylistics of Fiction (London: Routledge, 1990). 5. R. Fowler, 'Studying Literature as Language', in J. J. Weber (ed.), The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present (London: Arnold, 1996), pp.196-205. Originally published in T. D'Haen (ed.), Linguistics and the Study of Literature (Rodopi, 1986). 6. H. Widdowson, ' Stylistics: An Approach to Stylistic Analysis', in J. J. Weber (ed.), The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present (London: Arnold, 1996), pp.138-148. Originally published in J. P. B. Allen and S. Pit Corder (eds), The Edinburgh Course in Applied Linguistics. Vol.3: Techniques of Applied Linguistics (Oxford University Press, 1973). 7. M. Short and W. van Peer, 'Accident! Stylisticians Evaluate: Aims and Methods of Stylistic Analysis', in M. Short (ed.), Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature (London: Longman, 1989), pp. 22-71. 8. R. Carter, 'Methodologies for Stylistic Analysis: Practices and Pedagogies', in D. McIntyre and B. Busse (eds), Language and Style (Houndmills Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 55-68. 9. W. van Peer, S. Zyngier and J. Hakemulder, 'Complexity and Foregrounding: In the Eye of the Beholder?', Poetics Today 28, 4, 2007, 653-682. 10. R. Carter, 'Stylistics as Applied Linguistics', in P. Stockwell and S. Whitely (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 77-86. 11. K. Wales, 'The Stylistic Toolkit: Methods and Sub-disciplines', in P. Stockwell and S. Whitely (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 32-45. 12. J. Gavins, 'Leda and the Stylisticians', Language and Literature 21, 2012, 345-362. 13. M. Stubbs, 'Quantitative Methods in Literary Linguistics', in P. Stockwell and S. Whitely (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 46-62. 14. P. Verdonk, 'Style', in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd ed) (Oxford: Elsevier, 2006), pp.196-210. 15. G. Leech, 'Style in Fiction Revisited: The Beginning of Great Expectations', Style 41, 2, 2007, 117-132 16. M. Toolan, 'The Theory and Philosophy of Stylistics', in P. Stockwell and S. Whitely (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 13-31. 17. C. Hamilton, 'Stylistics as Rhetoric', in P. Stockwell and S. Whitely (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 63-76. 18. R. Cockcroft, 'Putting Aristotle to the Proof: Style, Substance and the EPL Group', Language and Literature 13, 2004, 195-215. 19. J. Fahnestock, 'Rhetorical Stylistics', Language and Literature 14, 2005, 215-223. 20. P. Verdonk, 'The Liberation of the Icon: A Brief Survey from Classical Rhetoric to Cognitive Stylistics', Tydskrif vir Literatuurwetenskap (Journal of Literary Studies), 1999, 291-304. Volume 2: Stylistics: Pragmatics, Discourse and Narrative 21. B. Clark, 'Stylistic Analysis and Relevance Theory', Language and Literature 5, 1996, 163-178. 22. S. Chapman and C. Routledge, 'The Pragmatics of Detection: Paul Auster's City of Glass', Language and Literature, 8, 1999, 241-253. 23. K. Arai, 'Who Controls the Narrative?: A Stylistic Comparison of Different Versions of Raymond Carver's "So Much Water So Close to Home"', Style 41, 3, 2007, 319-341. 24. D. Shen, 'How Stylisticians Draw on Narratology: Approaches, Advantages and Disadvantages', Style 39, 4, 2005, 381-395. 25. D. E. Hardy, 'Collocational Analysis as a Stylistic Discovery Procedure: The Case of Flannery O'Connor's Eyes', Style, 38, 4, 2004, 410-427. 26. J. Bray, 'The Source of "Dramatized Consciousness": Richardson, Austen, and Stylistic Influence', Style 35, 1, 2001, 18-33 27. P. Simpson, 'Point of View', in D. McIntyre and B. Busse (eds), Language and Style (Houndmills Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 210), pp. 71-83. 28. I. Bokting, 'Mind Style as an Interdisciplinary Approach to Characterisation in Faulkner', Language and Literature 3, 1994, 157-174. 29. K. Green, 'Deixis and the Poetic Persona', Language and Literature 1, 1992, 121-134. 30. J. Bray, 'The "Dual Voice" of Free Indirect Discourse: A Reading Experiment', Language and Literature 16, 2007, 37-52. 31. D. Mcintyre, 'Point of View in Drama: A Socio-Pragmatic Analysis of Dennis Potter's Brimstone and Treacle', Language and Literature 13, 2004, 139-160. 32. R. Ikeo, 'Unambiguous Free Indirect Discourse? A Comparison between "Straightforward" Free Indirect Speech and Thought Presentation and Cases Ambiguous with Narration', Language and Literature 16, 2007, 367-387. 33. P. Verdonk, 'Who are the Performers in Owen's "Anthem for Doomed Youth"?', in D. McIntyre (ed.), The Stylistics of Poetry: Context, Cognition, Discourse, History (London: Bloomsbury, 2013), pp. 37-53. Originally published in Parlance: The Journal of the Poetics and Linguistics Association 1/2, 1988, 203-222. 34. S. Chapman, 'Towards a Neo-Gricean Stylistics: Implicature in Dorothy L. Sayers's Gaudy Night', Journal of Literary Semantics 41, 2, 2012, 139-153. 35. M. Short, 'Graphological Deviation, Style Varation and Point of View in "Marabou Stork Nightmares"', Tydskrif vir Literatuurwetenskap (Journal of Literary Studies), 1999, 305-323. 36. Teranishi, 'A Stylistic Analysis of Saul Bellow's Herzog: A Mode of "Postmodern Polyphony"', Language and Literature 16, 2007, 20-36. 37. J. Culpeper, '(Im)politeness in Dramatic Monologue', in J. Culpeper, M. Short and P. Verdonk (eds), Exploring the Language of Drama: From Text to Context (London: Routledge, 1998), pp. 83-95 38. D. Shen, 'Non-ironic Turning Ironic Contextually: Multiple Context-determined Irony in The Story of an Hour', Journal of Literary Semantics 38, 2009, 115-130. 39. T. Cruickshank and E. Lahey, 'Building the Stages of Drama: Towards a Text World Theory Account of Dramatic Play-texts', Journal of Literary Semantics 39, 2010, 67-91. 40. P. Verdonk, 'Paraphrase as a Way to a Contextualised Stylistic Analysis of Poetry: Tony Harrison's "Marked with D"', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp. 11-23. Volume 3: The Practical Value of Stylistic Analysis 41. S. Adamson, 'With Double Tongue: Diglossia, Stylistics and the Teaching of English', in M. Short (ed.), Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature (London: Longman, 1989), pp.204-240. 42. R. Carter, 'What is Stylistics and Why Can't We Teach it in Different Ways?', in M. Short (ed.), Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature (London: Longman, 1989), pp.161-177. 43. U. Clark and S. Zyngier, 'Towards a Pedagogical Stylistics', Language and Literature 12, 2003, 339-351. 44. D. McIntyre, 'Using Foregrounding Theory as a Teaching Methodology in a Stylistics Course', Style 37, 1, 2003, 1-13. 45. S. Zyngier and O. Fialho, 'Pedagogical Stylistics, Literary Awareness and Empowerment: A Critical Perspective', Language and Literature 19, 2010, 13-33. 46. G. Hall, 'Revenons a Nos Moutons! Metaphor and Idiom in EFL and ESL Teaching and Learning', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp 179-192. 47. R. Carter, 'Directions in the Teaching and Study of English Stylistics', in M. Short (ed.), Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature (London: Longman, 1989), pp.10-21. 48. J. Boase-Beier, 'Translation and the Representation of Thought: The Case of Herta Muller', Language and Literature 23, 2014, 213-226. 49. W. Nash, 'An Anglo-Saxon Mystery', Language and Literature 19, 2010, 99-113. 50. D. Allington and J. Swann, 'Researching Literary Reading as Social Practice', Language and Literature 18, 2009, 219-230. 51. P. Verdonk, 'Poetry and Public Life: A Contextualised reading of Heaney's "Punishment"', in D. McIntyre (ed.), The Stylistics of Poetry: Context, Cognition, Discourse, History (London: Bloomsbury, 2013), pp. 93-112. Originally published in P. Verdonk (ed.), Twentieth Century Poetry: From Text to Context (London: Routledge, 2013). 52. P. Simpson and P. Canning, 'Chicken and Egg Stylistics: From Lexical Semantics to Conceptual Integration Theory', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp. 24-44. 53. P. Stockwell, 'The Reader's Paradox', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp. 45-57. 54. D. Badran, 'Metaphor as Argument: A Stylistic Genre-based Approach', Language and Literature 21, 2012, 119-135. 55. A. Spitz, 'The Music of Argument: The Portrayal of Argument in Ian McEwan's On Chesil Beach', Language and Literature 19, 2010, 197-220. 56. D. McIntyre, 'Corpus Stylistics in the Classroom', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp. 113-125. 57. J. Zerkowitz, 'Stylistics for Language Teachers', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp. 193-209. 58. K. Wales, 'Unnatural Conversations in Unnatural Conversations: Speech Reporting in the Discourse of Spiritual Mediumship', Language and Literature 18, 2009, 347-356. 59. J. Scott, J. (2012) ' Creative Writing: A Stylistics Approach', in M. Burke, S, Csabi, L. Week and J. Zerkowitz (eds), Pedagogical Stylistics: Current Trends in Language Literature and ELT (London: Continuum, 2012), pp. 96-112. 60. P. Verdonk, 'The Language of Poetry: the Application of Literary Stylistic Theory in University Teaching', in M. Short (ed.), Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature (London: Longman, 1989), pp. 241-266. Volume 4: The Multi-disciplinarily of Stylistics 61. P. Werth, 'Extended Metaphor-A Text-World Account', Language and Literature 3, 1994, 79-103. 62. D. C. Freeman, '"According to My Bond": King Lear and Re-cognition', Language and Literature 2, 1993, 1-18. 63. M. H. Freeman, 'The Poem as Complex Blend: Conceptual Mappings of Metaphor in Sylvia Plath's "The Applicant"', Language and Literature 14, 2005, 25-44. 64. E. Semino, 'Schema Theory and the Analysis of Text Worlds in Poetry', Language and Literature 4, 1995, 79-108. 65. C. Emmott, A. J. Sanford and E. J. Dawydiak, 'Stylistics Meets Cognitive Science: Studying Style in Fiction and Readers' Attention from an Interdisciplinary Perspective', Style 41, 2, 2007, 204-224. 66. L. Hildalgo Downing, 'Negation as a Stylistic Feature in Joseph Heller's Catch-22: A Corpus Study', Style. 37, 3, 2003, 318-341. 67. D. L. Hoover, 'Corpus Stylistics, Stylometry, and the Styles of Henry James', Style 41, 2 2007, 174-203. 68. C. Gregoriou, 'Criminally Minded: The Stylistics of Justification in Contemporary American Crime Fiction', Style 37, 2, 2003, 144-159. 69. C. Emmott, A. J. Sanford and I. Morrow, 'Capturing the Attention of Readers? Stylistic and Psychological Perspectives on the Use and Effect of Text Fragmentation in Narratives', Journal of Literary Semantics 35, 2006, 1-30. 70. L. E. Jeffries, 'Schema Affirmation and White Asparagus: Cultural Multilingualism Among Readers of Texts', Language and Literature 10, 2001, 325-343. 71. P. Verdonk, 'Painting, Poetry, Parallelism: Ekphrasis, Stylistics and Cognitive Poetics', Language and Literature 14, 2005, 231-244 72. M. Stubbs, 'Conrad in the Computer: Examples of Quantitative Stylistic Methods', Language and Literature 14, 2005, 5-24. 73. D. McIntyre and D. Archer, 'A Corpus-based Approach to Mind Style', Journal of Literary Semantics 39, 2010, 167-182. 74. G. Leech, 'Virginia Woolf Meets Wmatrix', Etudes de Stylistique Anglais 4, 2013, 15-26 75. R. Carter, 'Common Language: Corpus, Creativity and Cognition', Language and Literature 8, 1999, 195-216. 76. N. Norgaard, 'Multimodality: Extending the Stylistic Tool-Kit', in D. McIntyre and B. Busse (eds), Language and Style (Houndmills Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 433-448. 77. B. Busse, 'Non-Literary Language: A Stylistic Investigation of the Cover Pages of the British Satirical Magazine "Private Eye"', in D. McIntyre and B. Busse (eds), Language and Style (Houndmills Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 468-497. 78. D. McIntyre, 'Integrating Multimodal Analysis and the Stylistics of Drama: A Multimodal Perspective on Ian McKellen's Richard III', Language and Literature 17, 2008, 309-334. 79. P. Simpson, 'Satirical Humour and Cultural Context: With a Note on the Curious Case of Father Todd Unctuous', in T. Bex, M. Burke and P. Stockwell (eds), Contextualized Stylistics (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000), pp. 243-265. 80. P. Verdonk, 'A Cognitive Stylistic Reading of Rhetorical Patterns in Ted Hughes' "Hawk Roosting": A Possible Role for Stylistics in a Literary Critical Controversy', in D. McIntyre and B. Busse (eds), Language and Style (Houndmills Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 84-94.show more