Contemporary Stylistics presents a comprehensive survey of the current state of the integrated study of language and literature. Written by internationally renowned researchers in stylistics, this volume of twenty chapters provides a showcase for the range of approaches and practices which form modern stylistics: from cognitive poetics to corpus linguistics, from explorations of mind-style and spoken discourse in narrative to the workings of viewpoint in lyric poetry, from word-meanings to the meanings and emotions of literary worlds, and more. Each chapter is introduced and set in context by a key figure in stylistics. The book represents the best of current stylistics practice, including the traditions, roots and rigour of the discipline. This one volume reference will be invaluable to students and researchers in stylistics.
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action approach argues behaviour Berry-Dee Bridget Bridget Jones's Diary Brother Cadfael Cappuccino Cappuccino Fiction chapter character's characters Chick Lit clusters cognitive linguistics cognitive poetics cognitive rhetoric collocations concept consciousness context corpus linguistics corpus stylistics Countess crossover fiction Culpeper day lady died deictic deixis described deviation Dickens discourse discussion domain e.e. cummings Edward Edward III effect emotions empathy example experience Falstaff feelings feminism feminist narratology feminist stylistics foregrounded free indirect functions gender genre hyperfiction impoliteness interaction interpretation Labov landscape language literary texts literature lyric means metafictive metaphor mind style narrative narrator novel O'Hara's Oedipa ontological particular patterns perspective play poem poetic persona poetry potential reading recounts reference rhetoric role schema semantic sense serial killers shift social specific speech story structure stylistic analysis stylisticians suggests text-world Textual Actual World thought viewpoint vocatives words