|Statement||[edited by] Christine Michaux, Marc Dominicy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
Linguistic Approaches to Poetry Volume 15 of Belgian journal of linguistics, ISSN Author: Christine Michaux: Editors: Christine Michaux, Marc Dominicy: Publisher: John Benjamins. This book takes a particular perspective on the nature of poetry and follows this through to proposals for teaching. It focuses attention on how the use of language in short poems can set up conditions for individual interpretation and the representation of reality in ways other than those which are established by normal social convention. This view of poetry, it is argued, leads to a Reviews: 1. The volume also contains diverse theoretical approaches that are brought together for the first time, including Optimality Theory (Kiparsky, Hammond), other constraint-based approaches (Friedberg, Hall, Scherr), the Quantitative approach to verse (Tarlinskaja, Friedberg, Hall, Scherr, Youmans) associated with the Russian school of metrics, a mora-based approach (Cole and Miyashita, Fitzgerald), a semantic-pragmatic approach . This book focusses on computer methodologies as a way of investigating language and character in literary texts. Both theoretical and practical, it surveys investigations into characterization in literary linguistics and personality in social psychology, before carrying out a computational analysis of Virginia Woolf’s experimental novel ;The Waves</i>.
Poetry can focus children’s attention on patterned language, both in terms of the ‘big shapes’ (the tune and rhythm of a text as a whole) and the ‘little shapes’ or details of poetry (eg rhyme, alliteration). The Deviant Language of Poetry 7 H. G. WIDDOWSON Approaches to the Study of Literature: A Practitioner's View 17 H. L. B. MOODY The problem. The task. Literature. The study of literature. A theory of literature. An approach to literature. The extrinsic. The intrinsic. The approach illustrated. Pedagogics. Conclusion. References. Stylistic approach to literary texts does not only involve linguistic textual analysis but also encourages readers to interact with textual structure to infer meaning (Tutaş, a). This paper focuses on the relevance of stylistics approach for the analysis of poems in Teaching English as a Foreign Language . Spotlight issue: Annually, one Spotlight issue will be published focusing on research of one particular language, language family or a cohort of articles addressing the same theoretical questions within the remit of the journal. Proposals for guest editing this issue should be sent to .
There you'll find a page taken straight from the Brooks and Warren book. This excerpt contains valuable reflections about the nature of poetry, some analytical observations, and a slew of revealing comments from the authors about how to approach and analyze poetry. See a page from the Brooks and Warren book: click here. poetry as research exploring second language poetry writing linguistic approaches to literature Posted By James PattersonLtd TEXT ID ad80 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library 20 Best Book Exploring Second Language Classroom Research. selecting literary texts. Moreover, literature and the teaching of language skills, benefits of different genres of literature (i.e. poetry, short fiction, drama and novel) to language teaching and some problems encountered by language teachers within the area of teaching English through literature (i.e. lack of. Download Citation | On Apr 1, , Hongwei Zhan published Book review: Christopher Hart (ed.), Cognitive Linguistic Approaches to Text and Discourse: From Poetics to Politics | .