Linguistics and Literary History

In honour of Sylvia Adamson

Editors
| University of Lausanne
| University of Liverpool
| University of Sheffield
| University of Nottingham
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Linguistics and Literary History systematically explores the advantages of an inter-disciplinary approach within the broad area of English studies. It brings together stylistics, literary theory and diachronic linguistics in order to explore their interaction at various methodological, descriptive and interpretative levels. This unique combination makes this volume on historical stylistics an important work for international scholars and postgraduate students working on the interface between literary history and language change, both from corpus-based and qualitative perspectives. The chapters written by leading scholars in these various fields are an appropriate reference work for teaching and research purposes in the areas of stylistics, historical linguistics, English language and literature, corpus linguistics and literary history.
[Linguistic Approaches to Literature, 25]  2016.  vi, 216 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Anita Auer, Victorina González-Díaz, Jane Hodson and Violeta Sotirova
1–12
Chapter 1. Enregistering the North: The dialect of Mendicus in William Bullein’s Dialogue Against the Fever Pestilence
Joan C. Beal
13–30
Chapter 2. The origin and development of the iffy-an(d) conjunction
Anita Auer
31–48
Chapter 3. From ornament to armament: The epistolary rhetoric of Lady Elizabeth Tudor
Mel Evans
49–70
Chapter 4. Borrowing and copy: A philological approach to Early Modern English lexicology
Philip Durkin and Kathryn Allan
71–86
Chapter 5. Decoding the parentheses in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus: A functionalist approach
Guohua Chen and Suping Duan
87–110
Chapter 6. The first person in fiction of the 1790s
Joe Bray
111–128
Chapter 7. “Worth a moment’s notice”: Jane Austen and conversational parentheticals
Victorina González-Díaz
129–150
Chapter 8. Jane Austen and the prescriptivists
Jane Hodson
151–170
Chapter 9. Dismantling narrative modes: Authorial revisions in the opening of Mrs Dalloway
Violeta Sotirova
171–194
Chapter 10. Stylistics and “He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven” by W.B. Yeats
Mick Short
195–212
Index
213–216
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Subjects

Literature & Literary Studies

Theoretical literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009010 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Historical & Comparative
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2016019596