sides. The book is Katie Wales' A Dictionary of Stylistics (hereafter DOS), offered according to the "Introduction" (vii) as a "handy comprehensive reference work. Citation on ResearchGate | On Nov 26, , R. Hartmann and others published Katie Wales, A Dictionary of Stylistics. Request Full-text Paper PDF. A Dictionary of Stylistics. FULL ACCESS. Full Access: You have full access DownloadPDF MB Read online. Keywords. Geoffrey Leech.

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stylistics, it is, like all the best dictionaries, a very good read ' (Le Lingue del Mondo) Read Online A Dictionary of Stylistics (Longman Linguistics) pdf. GLOSSARY OF STYLISTIC TERMS Allegory [´æləg(ə)r ] (Gk 'allegoria .. fixed in dictionaries by new, occasional, evaluation of things [Kukharenko 42]. Wales Katie a Dictionary of Stylistics - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online. Wales Katie a Dictionary of Stylistics.

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Died 4. Nevertheless, Widdowson recognises that they are a very real attempt to convey feelings of human loss and preserve affectionate recollections of a beloved friend or family member.

However, what may be seen as poetic in this language is not so much in the formulaic phraseology but in where it appears. The verse may be given undue reverence precisely because of the sombre situation in which it is placed.

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Widdowson suggests that, unlike words set in stone in a graveyard, poetry is unorthodox language that vibrates with inter-textual implications Widdowson.

The first is that there may be an over-preoccupation with one particular feature that may well minimise the significance of others that are equally important Wetherill.

The second is that any attempt to see a text as simply a collection of stylistic elements will tend to ignore other ways whereby meaning is produced Wetherill.

Implicature[ edit ] In ' Poetic Effects ' from Literary Pragmatics, the linguist Adrian Pilkington analyses the idea of ' implicature ', as instigated in the previous work of Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson.

Implicature may be divided into two categories: 'strong' and 'weak' implicature, yet between the two extremes there are a variety of other alternatives. The strongest implicature is what is emphatically implied by the speaker or writer, while weaker implicatures are the wider possibilities of meaning that the hearer or reader may conclude. A Dictionary of Stylistics.

By Katie Wales. Edition 3rd Edition. First Published Imprint Routledge.

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DOI https: Pages pages. Export Citation.Exciting work in sociolinguistics in relation to questions of variation, style-switching and performativity has led me to appraise the very concept of style itself.

Michael Halliday is an important figure in the development of British stylistics.

It is now ten years since the second edition of this Dictionary of Stylistics appeared, and over twenty years since the publication of the first. In Practical Stylistics, HG Widdowson examines the traditional form of the epitaph , as found on headstones in a cemetery. Students and teachers at secondary and tertiary levels of English language and literature or English as a foreign or second language, and of linguistics, will find it an invaluable source of information.

He goes on to say that in such examination the scope is sometimes narrowed to concentrate on the more striking features of literary language , for instance, its 'deviant' and abnormal features, rather than the broader structures that are found in whole texts or discourses. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE. A Dictionary of Stylistics. William Shakespeare, '60'.

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