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CONTENTS Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction: The State of Contemporary Stylistics Marina Lambrou and Peter Stockwell I STYLISTICS OF PROSE 1 Woolf?s Experiments with Consciousness in Fiction Violeta Sotirova Introduced by Lesley Jeffries 2 A Corpus Stylistic Perspective on Dickens? Great Expectations Michaela Mahlberg Introduced by Michael McCarthy 3 The Stylistics of True Crime: Mapping the Minds of Serial Killers Christiana Gregoriou Introduced by Urszula Clark 4 ?Do you want to hear about it?? Exploring Possible Worlds in Michael Joyce?s Hyperfiction, afternoon, a story Alice Bell Introduced by Brian McHale 5 The Effects of Free Indirect Discourse: Empathy Revisited Joe Bray Introduced by Geoff Hall 6 The Stylistics of Cappuccino Fiction: A Socio-Cognitive Perspective Rocio Montoro Introduced by Imelda Whelehan 7 Attribution Theory: Action and Emotion in Dickens and Pynchon Alan Palmer Introduced by Elena Semino 8 Bridget Jones?s Diary and Feminist Narratology Ruth Page Introduced by Sara Mills 9 Schema Poetics and Crossover Fiction Clare Walsh Introduced by John McRae 10 Deixis, Cognition and the Construction of Viewpoint Dan McIntyre Introduced by Paul Simpson II STYLISTICS OF POETRY 11 ?And everyone and I stopped breathing?: Familiarity and Ambiguity in the Text-World of ?The Day Lady Died? Joanna Gavins Introduced by Catherine Emmott 12 ?Progress is a comfortable disease?: Cognition in a Stylistic Analysis of e.e. cummings Michael Burke Introduced by Peter Stockwell 13 Megametaphorical Mappings and the Landscapes of Canadian Poetry Ernestine Lahey Introduced by Peter Verdonk 14 Perception and the Lyric: The Emerging Mind of the Poem Sharon Lattig Introduced by Alan Durant 15 Deviant Collocation in Literature as a Tool for Vocabulary Expansion Dany Badran Introduced by Ron Carter III STYLISTICS OF DIALOGUE AND DRAMA 16 Oral Accounts of Personal Experiences: When is a Narrative a Recount? Marina Lambrou Introduced by David Herman 17 ?Never a truer word said in jest?: A Pragmastylistic Analysis of Impoliteness as Banter in Henry IV, Part I Derek Bousfield Introduced by Billy Clark 18 The Cognitive Rhetoric of Arthur Miller?s The Crucible Craig Hamilton Introduced by Peter Crisp 19 The Stylistics of Drama: The Reign of King Edward III Beatrix Busse Introduced by Monika Fludernik 20 Computer-Assisted Literary Stylistics: The State of the Field Dawn Archer Introduced by Jonathan Culpeper References Index
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English language -- Style.
English literature -- History and criticism.
American literature -- History and criticism.