Part of the Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics book series (RPAL)
Language in Literature. Stylistics, including Corpus Linguistics. Readability Studies
What do we know of the language of literary texts and what impact has this knowledge had on the uses of literature in education?
KeywordsLinguistic Feature Literary Text Telephone Conversation Literary Genre Adverbial Clause
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- Short (1996) is the best of the ‘toolbox’ approaches to stylistics (lists of what to look for, directions for any analysis) and contains many illustrations and exercises. Weber (1996) is a more critical and socially grounded stylistician, stressing contexts and variation; Verdonk is a sophisticated but very readable short general introduction, up to date and with original examples.Google Scholar
Corpus linguistics and stylistics
- Biber (1988) and Conrad and Biber (2001) are accessible accounts by central figures Hunston (2002: 129–30) is a good overview from outside.Google Scholar
Stylistics in education
- See, for example, Style special issue, Pedagogy of style and stylistics, 37 (1) (2003): 1–104 (which also refers in turn to further resources); also Clark and Zyngier (2003).Google Scholar
Metaphor in ELT (corpus linguistic approach)
Corpora used for basic stylistic investigations by students
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