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STYLISTIC DEVICES In John Galsworthy’s novel “The Forsyte Saga”. Book two: “In Chancery” Новикова Арина МАОУ Гимназия №139 Приволжского р-на, г. Казани 10 класс Секция: «Иностранные языки». Научный руководитель учитель английского языка МАОУ «Гимназия №139» Лукманова Наиля Вахитовна
Stylistics is the description and analysis of the variability of linguistic forms in actual language use. What is stylistics?
John Galsworthy was an English novelist and playwright. He was born August 14, 1867 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, UK. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1932. Who is John Galsworthy?
The most important aim of this project work is to show : the celebrated novel of John Galsworthy “The Forsyte Saga” and his use of stylistics there; how interesting the reading can be ; the significance of stylistics in literature; how literary devices can be used in speech. The aim of project work.
Stylistic devices are used to make language richer, to impress the readers with fascinating use of different simple words. The value of stylistic devices
Colloquial Coinages are based on certain semantic changes in words that are almost imperceptible to the linguistic observer until the word finds its way into print. Colloquial Coinages “I expect they think one awful too”, said Holly. “I expect they think one not perfect too”, said Holly.
Dialectal Words are those which in the process of integration of the English national language remained beyond its literary boundaries, and their use is generally confined to a definite locality. Dialectal Words “Thon art sentimental, Maman!” “Thon art sentimental, mother!”
Break-In-the-Narrative (Aposiopesis) is a device which is defined as “A stopping short for rhetorical effect.” Break-In-the-Narrative (Aposiopesis) “I’ve got so many expenses. Your father --- ” and he was silent
Metonymy is a stylistic device based on a different type of relation between the dictionary and contextual meanings. Metonymy A choking sensation had attacked his throat. A sensation had shocked him.
Irony is a stylistic device based on the synchronous realization of two logical meanings – dictionary and contextual, but the two meanings stand in opposition to each other. Irony … the unmarried married man to that of the married man remarried.
Metaphor is a stylistic device when two different phenomena (things, events, ideas, actions) are brought to mind by the imposition of some or all of the inherent properties of one object on the other which by nature is deprived of these properties. Metaphor He had put his heart into that house, indeed! He had put all his energy for that house, indeed!
Nowadays reading is nor as popular as playing computer games or watching TV. There are a lot of shows, movies and other things based on those books. The aim of the project is to show fellows how bright and interesting the reading can be. Topicality
Literary devices make speech gorgeous, exciting and fascinating. That’s why reading can be bright and interesting. Conclusion
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