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- Style, Literary -- Study and teaching.
- Language and languages -- Style -- Study and teaching.
- Acknowledgements Notes on the contributors Introduction; D.McIntyre & L.Jeffries PART I: THEORETICAL ISSUES The place of stylistics in the English curriculum; D.McIntyre A teaching career in three chapters and three examples: why I teach stylistics, how I teach it, and why I enjoy it; M.Short Joining the stylistics discourse community: corpus evidence for the learning processes involved in acquiring skills for stylistic analysis; C.Bellard-Thomson Processes of interpretation: using meta-analysis to inform pedagogic practice; M.Short, D.McIntyre, L.Jeffries & D.Bousfield Using stylistics to teach literature to non-native speakers; A.Chesnokova & V. Yakuba Learning without teaching: literature and the REDES project; W.van Peer, S.Zyngier & A.Chesnokova PART II: PEDAGOGY IN PRACTICE Teaching the stylistics of poetry; L.Jeffries Teaching the stylistics of drama; B.Busse Teaching the stylistics of prose fiction; M.Toolan Teaching non-literary stylistics; M.Lambrou Teaching multimodal stylistics; N.Norgaard Teaching cognitive stylistics; D.West Appendix 1: Chronology of key events in stylistics 343 Appendix 2: List of key works in stylistics 347 Appendix 3: An annotated bibliography of further reading and resources in stylistics 350 Appendix 4: List of key stylisticians and their contributions to the discipline 361 Appendix 5: A survey of current provision of postgraduate courses in stylistics in the UK and US 366 Index
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