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Conclusion

  • Libo Huang
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Part of the New Frontiers in Translation Studies book series (NFTS)

Abstract

Style, as a complicated concept, can be approached from various perspectives, such as literary (e.g., Cluysenaar 1976; Shen 1995, etc.), narrative (Genette 1980, 1988; Toolan 2009, etc.), linguistics (Enkvist 1964; Leech and Short 1981, 2007, etc.), pragmatics (e.g., Black 2006, etc.), cognitive (e.g., Semino and Culpeper 2002; Emmott et al. 2007, etc.), and corpus (Semino and Short 2004; Hoover 2007; Mahlberg 2013, etc.), to name but a few. Diachronically, it is indicated that there is a development in the understanding of style of a text, literary or nonliterary.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Libo Huang
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  1. 1.Xi’an International Studies UniversityXi ANChina

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