Stylistic Analysis

10009 WordsMar 22, 201341 Pages
Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………………………3-7 Chapter 1. Stylistic peculiarities of D.H. Lawrence and H.W. Longfellow’s poetry…………………………………………………………………….7 1.1. The use of polysemanticism of the word in combination with repetition in poems by D.H. Lawrence and H.W. Longfellow………..7-12 1.2. Lingvo-stylistic potential of D.H. Lawrence’s “Don’ts”………….12-14 1.3. The main stylistic-semantic features of H.W. Longfellow’s poem “The Song of Hiawatha” (Introduction)……………………………...14-18 Chapter 2. Romantic…show more content…
This defines the actuality of the work and its theoretical value. The objective of the paper is to examine the linguistic, stylistic, lexical and syntactic nature of poems, types of expressive means on the different levels of language and their informational significance. The given aim predetermines the concrete tasks of the research. The thesis will cover the following research tasks: 1) to analyse such poems as “Don’ts” by D. H. Lawrence, “The Song of Hiawatha” (Introduction ) by H. W. Longfellow, “ My Heart’s in the Highlands” by R. Burns, “Young and Old” by Ch. Kingsley, and “Out of Sight, Out of Mind” by B. Googe; 2) to point out various types of syntactic and lexical-syntactic stylistic devices in them; 3) to dwell upon their structural, logical-semantic peculiarities and functions; 4) to determine the structural, semantic types of metaphors, metonymies, epithets and similes; 5) to lay emphasis on the great number of themes developed in poems; 6) to give general characteristics of poetic methods of D.H. Lawrence, H.W. Longfellow, R. Burns, Ch. Kingsley, B. Googe. 7) to provide detailed analysis of the stylistic devices employed by the poets in their verses; 8) to give the close observation of the meanings of separate words and word combinations as well as of the significations of the various sentences and supra-phrasal units. So, the object
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