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The Routledge Language and Literature Reader Contents Preface 00 Acknowledgements 00 Foundations 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 Developments 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 Unctuous 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 Coda 28 Stylistics: retrospect and prospect Ron Carter and Peter Stockwell 00 Index 00
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