Table of contents for The language and literature reader / [compiled by] Ronald Carter and Peter Stockwell.

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The Routledge Language and Literature Reader
	Preface	00
	Acknowledgements	00
1	Taking a poem to pieces
	John Sinclair 	00
2	Stylistics
	David Lodge 	00
3	Linguistic function and literary style
	Michael Halliday	00
4	On the deviance of literary discourse
	Henry Widdowson	00
5	Language, linguistics and literary analysis 
	Elizabeth Closs Traugott and Mary Louise Pratt	00
6	Linguistic criticism
	Roger Fowler	00
7	Metre
	Geoffrey Leech	00
8	Discourse analysis and drama
	Mick Short	00
9	Poem, reader, response: making sense with ?Skunk Hour?
	Michael Toolan 	00
10 	Style and interpretation in Hemingway?s ?Cat in the Rain?
	Ron Carter	00
11	Changing the guard at Elsinore
	Walter Nash 	00
12	But what is literature?
	Willie van Peer	00
13	Deixis and the poetic persona
	Keith Green	00
14	Bakhtin, addressivity, and the poetics of objectivity
	Alison Tate	00
15	Teach yourself rhetoric: an analysis of Philip Larkin?s ?Church Going?
	Katie Wales	00
16	?World enough and time?: deictic space and the interpretation of prose
	Paul Werth	00
17	Making the subtle difference; literature and non-literature in the classroom
	Guy Cook	00
New Directions
18	Educating the reader: narrative technique and evaluation in Herland
	Jean Jacques Weber	00
19 	Satirical humour and cultural context: the curious case of Father Todd 
	Paul Simpson	00
20	(Sur)real stylistics: from text to contextualizing
	Peter Stockwell	00
21	Feeling moved by metaphor
	Ray Gibbs	00
22 	Point of view in drama: an analysis of Brimstone and Treacle
	Dan McIntyre	00
23 	Conrad in the computer: examples of quantitative stylistic methods
	Michael Stubbs	00
24	?Split selves? in fiction and in medical ?life stories?
	Catherine Emmott	00
25	Too much blague? The text worlds of Barthelme?s Snow White?
	Joanna Gavins	00
26	A cognitive stylistic approach to mind style in narrative fiction
	Elena Semino	00
27	Connectives in free indirect style: continuity or shift?
	Violeta Sotirova	00
28	Stylistics: retrospect and prospect
	Ron Carter and Peter Stockwell	00
	Index	00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Philology, Modern.