Table of contents for Mastering the language of literature / Malcolm Hebron.

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Chapter 1: Introduction
Part One: History
Chapter 2: Change in Language: The History of Literary English
Chapter 3: Change in Vocabulary: Archaisms and Neologisms
Chapter 4: Change in Meaning
Chapter 5: Change in Sound
Part Two: Words
Chapter 6: Types of Words
Chapter 7: Functions of Words
Chapter 8: Further Meanings of Words
Part 3: Sentences
Chapter 9: The Elements of a Sentence
Chapter 10: Grammatical Types of Sentence
Chapter 11: Rhetorical Types of Sentence
Part 4: Texts
Chapter 12: The Unity of a Text: Cohesion
Chapter 13: The Style of a Text
Part 5: Contexts
Chapter 14: Speaker and Listener
Chapter 15: Between the Lines: Pragmatics
Glossary of Terms Used
Guide to Further Reading

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English language Style, English literature History and criticism, Style, Literary