Linguistics Meets Literature

Linguistics Meets Literature Book Details:

Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN-13 : 3110642816

Page : 262 pages

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This book aims at a systematic analysis of linguistic phenomena in the poetry of Emily Dickinson by combining the methods of linguistics and literary studies. The authors concentrate on the poetry of Emily Dickinson, since it displays a highly uncommon use of language. They argue that this is part of her poetical strategy and gives evidence of a large degree of linguistic competence and awareness.

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