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No doubt there are utterances which contain all kinds of unmotivated stylistic means. Then, in view of the fact that the norms of the literary language were not yet hard and fast, he used these dialectal forms in his writing. The freedom in the use of language so characteristic of this epoch was often subjected to wise and moderate restrictions set by these writers.

The language of a writer is sometimes regarded as alien to lingvo -stylistics.

Yet, nevertheless, there is a tendency to. But still all these various definitions leave impression that by and large they all have something in common. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Expressiveness is a broader notion than emotiveness and is by no means to be reduced to the latter. The uncritical applications of the laws of Latin grammar to the norms observed in the English language were objected to even in the 16th century.

Here are some of them: To analyze the form in order to discover the idiosyncrasies of a writer’s style is not an easy, but a rewarding task. The feeling for what is permissible and what is not, and mainly—a feeling for the inner sense of these deviations and senseless ones, as has been pointed out, are naturally badis developed through an extensive study of our great Russian literature in all its variety, but of course in its best examples.

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The norm, therefore, should be regarded as the invariant of the phonemic, morphological, lexical and syntactical patterns circulating in language-in-action at a given period of time. This conception is aptly illustrated theoretically in the Theory of Deviance mentioned above p. Expressive Means EM and Stylistic Much of the old remains, and slowly and imperceptibly the new- comers react upon their environment, almost as much as they are influenced by it.

To define style as the result of thinking out into language would be on the same level as to state that stylitics we say gallperin style.

It must be acknowledged that to draw a line of demarkation between facts that illustrate the flexibility of the norm and those which show its violation is not so easy. Middleton Murry who said that “A true style must be unique, if we understand by the phrase ‘a true style’ a completely adequate expression in language of a writer’s mode of feeling. As will be seen later almost every functional style of language is marked by a specific use of language means, thus establishing its own norms which, however, are subordinated to the norm- invariant and which do not violate the general notion of the literary norm.

As someone has said, a stylisticd writer is always conscious of a reader over his shoulder. On the one hand, there was a fierce struggle against “ink-horn” terms, as they were then called. Some of the words that were objected to by Thomas Wilson were affability, ingenious, capacity, celebrate, illustrate, superiority, fertile, native, confidence and many others that are in common use to-day.


To him the English language owes such words as absurdity, acceptance, anticipate, compatible, comprehensible, congratulate, explain, fact, indifference, monopoly, necessitate, obstruction, paradox, pretext and many others. Another feature of 19th century literary English to be noted is a more or less firmly established differentiation of styles, though this process was not fully appreciated by the scholars of the period. It has stylidtics powers of endurance.

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In the English literary standard we distinguish the following stylisticw functional styles hence FS: The Srylistics of Official Documents Some of these observations are dressed up as epigrams or sententious maxims like the ones quoted above. It is worth a passing note that the investigations of language norms at a given period are to a great extent maintained on works of men-of-letters.

These social changes have inevitably brought with them corresponding changes in manners and in speech It vanishes after having fulfilled its purpose, which is to communicate a thought, no matter whether it is trivial or really important.

Any syntactical pattern of the written variety will always show the interrelation between the parts of the utterance, so there is nothing to hinder the reader in grasping the whole. Both of these tendencies are due primarily to the social, political and economic events in our history.

This system derives its origin from the creative spirit, and elusive though it may seem, it can nevertheless be ascertained. It must be acknowledged that to draw a line of demarcation between facts that.