English Stylistics.

Filología
Galperin I.R.
978-5-397-05715-8
2017
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The book presents a vision of general problems of stylistics and offers a stylistic classification of the English vocabulary. Along with a description of phonetic, lexical and lexical-phraseological expressive means, it reviews different syntactical expressive means and problems concerning the composition of spans of utterance larger than the sentence. A chapter is dedicated to give a classification of functional styles of the English language. A set of illustrative texts is presented.

The book is recommended to students of foreign languages and philology departments.

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Predislovie k pervomu izdaniyu
Predislovie k vtoromu izdaniyu
Part I. Introduction
1. General Notes on Style and Stylistics
2. Expressive Means (EM) and Stylistic Devices (SD)
3. General Notes on Functional Styles of Language
4. Varieties of Language
5. A Brief Outline of the Development of the English Literary (Standard) Language
6. Meaning from a Stylistic Point of View
Part II. Stylistic Classification of the English Vocabulary
1. General Considerations
2. Neutral, Common Literary and Common Colloquial Vocabulary
3. Special Literary Vocabulary
  a) Terms
  b) Poetic and Highly Literary Words
  c) Archaic, Obsolescent and Obsolete Words
  d) Barbarisms and Foreignisms
  e) Literary Coinages (Including Nonce-Words)
4. Special Colloquial Vocabulary
  a) Slang
  b) Jargonisms
  c) Professionalisms
  d) Dialectal Words
  e) Vulgar Words or Vulgarisms
  f) Colloquial Coinages (Words and Meanings)
Part III. Phonetic Expressive Means and Stylistic Devices
General Notes
Onomatopoeia
Alliteration
Rhyme
Rhythm
Part IV. Lexical Expressive Means and Stylistic Devices
A. Intentional Mixing of the Stylistic Aspect of Words
B. Interaction of Different Types of Lexical Meaning
  1. Interaction of Primary Dictionary and Contextually Imposed Meanings
    Metaphor
    Metonymy
    Irony
  2. Interaction of Primary and Derivative Logical Meanings
    Stylistic Devices Based on Polysemantic Effect, Zeugma and Pun
  3. Interaction of Logical and Emotive Meanings
    Interjections and Exclamatory Words
    The Epithet
    Oxymoron
  4. Interaction of Logical and Nominal Meanings
    Antonomasia
C. Intensification of a Certain Feature of a Thing or Phenomenon
  Simile
  Periphrasis
  Euphemism
  Hyperbole
D. Peculiar Use of Set Expressions
  The Cliche
  Proverbs and Sayings
  Epigrams
  Quotations
  Allusions
  Decomposition of Set Phrases
Part V. Syntactical Expressive Means and Stylistic Devices
A. General Considerations
B. Problems Concerning the Composition of Spans of Utterance Larger than the
  Sentence
  Supra-Phrasal Units
  The Paragraph
C. Compositional Patterns of Syntactical Arrangement
  Stylistic Inversion
  Detached Construction
  Parallel Construction
  Chiasmus (Reversed Parallel Construction)
  Repetition
  Enumeration
  Suspense
  Climax (Gradation)
  Antithesis
D. Particular Ways of Combining Parts of the Utterance (Linkage)
  Asyndeton
  Polysyndeton
  The Gap-Sentence Link
E. Particular Use of Colloquial Constructions
  Ellipsis
  Break-in-the-Narrative(Aposiopesis)
  Question-in-the-Narrative
  Represented Speech
    a) Uttered Represented Speech
    b) Unuttered or Inner Represented Speech
F. Stylistic Use of Structural Meaning
  Rhetorical Questions
  Litotes
Part VI. Functional Styles of the English Language
  Introductory Remarks
A. The Belles-Lettres Style
  1. Language of Poetry
    a) Compositional Patterns of Rhythmical Arrangement
    Metre and Line
    The Stanza
    Free Verse and Accented Verse
    b) Lexical and Syntactical Features of Verse
  2. Emotive Prose
  3. Language of the Drama
V. Publicise Style
  1. Oratory and Speeches
  2. The Essay
  3. Journalistic Articles
C. Newspaper Style (written by V. L. Nayer)
  1. Brief News Items
  2. Advertisements and Announcements
  3. The Headline
  4. The Editorial
D. Scientific Prose Style
E. The Style of Official Documents
Final-Remarks
List of Authors Referred to