Style: Text Analysis and Linguistic Criticism
This new coursebook offers teachers and students a thorough and lively guide to stylistic and critical analysis of a range of texts, both literary and non-literary, classic and contemporary. Full of examples and exercises, this is an invaluable book for all students of English language and its usage.
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