|Author:||Marina Lambrou,Peter Stockwell|
|Subcategory:||Words Language & Grammar|
|Publisher:||Continuum; 1 edition (February 14, 2008)|
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Marina Lambrou; Professor Peter Stockwell. Walmart 9781441183842.
Marina Lambrou; Professor Peter Stockwell.
Contemporary applied linguistics. Continuum Contemporary Studies in Linguistics.
Title: Contemporary Stylistics Series Title: Contemporary Studies in Linguistics .
Author: Marina Lambrou Author: Peter Stockwell Paperback: ISBN: 9781441183842 Pages: 304 Price: . 2. 9 Abstract: Please note: This is a new version of a previously announced book. The book represents the best of current stylistics practice, including thetraditions, roots and rigour of the discipline.
Contemporary Stylistics presents a comprehensive survey of the current state .
The book represents the best of current stylistics practice, including the traditions, roots and rigour of the discipline. Marina Lambrou is Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at the University of East London, UK. Peter Stockwell is Professor of Literary Linguistics at the University of Nottingham, UK.
Written by internationally renowned linguists, the volumes provide a selection of the best scholarship in each area. Each of the chapters appears on the basis of its importance to the field, but also with regards to its wider significance either in terms of methodology, practical application or conclusions.
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Marina Lambrou, Peter Stockwell.
Professor of Literary Linguistics, Faculty of Arts. I work in literary linguistics; cognitive poetics; stylistics; applied linguistics; science fiction; surrealism. Contemporary Stylistics London: Continuum. I don't see myself as a teacher in a direct sense.