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Stylistic analysis of expressive means and stylistic devices in Forster`s works.

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INTRODUCTION…………………….……………………………..... 3

Chapter I. Style and stylistics………………………………………….. 5
Chapter II. Edward Morgan Forster…….………………………………9
Chapter III. Stylistic analysis of expressive means and stylistic devices in Forster`s works………………………………………………………………..11
General Conclusions……………………………………….………......25
BIBLIOGRAPHY……………………………………………………...27
Introduction.

The choice of a theme of this paper is caused by the interest in studying of this question byway of teaching it in universities.
Linguists pay considerable attention to the means of expressing emphasis. The object of stylistic analysis is the language in the process of its usage.
The approach to the language material and the subject of stylistics is of our conce
in this paper.
As it is known stylistics treats with special means of the language that help us to have vivid and interesting speech.
We shall not go into details with regards to lots of expressive means and stylistic devices in Forster`s works as they are too many.
Our conce
is the analysis of those stylistic devices and expressive means which are capable of making utterances emotionally coloured. We take only those stylistic devices which are based on some significant point in an utterance whether it consists of one sentence or a string of sentences.
Usually the effect of stylistic devices exceeds the bounds of one sentence and the investigation touches upon the features of speech.
The difference between stylistic devices and expressive means is not large, they are closely connected with each other. The division of things into expressive means and stylistic devices is purely conventional with the borders between them being somewhat shaky.
Stylistic expressive means have a kind of radiating effect. They noticeably colour the whole of the utterance no matter whether they are logical or emotional. They reproduce the author’s thoughts and feelings and make the reader to think and feel what the author wants him to think and feel.
In our paper we shall consider only some of expressive means mostly used in Forster`s works.
Well, it is interesting to know what is Forster`s purpose using these stylistic devices, in what way he uses them, what he wants the reader to understand; mostly, what kind of stylistic devices he uses in his plays and to try and explain what makes his style...
General Conclusion.
Thus, in the English language not only lexical expressive means and stylistic devices but also syntactical expressive means and stylistic devices are used. Considering these stylistic devices and expressive means and their characteristic features we should say that out of the number of features which are clear in the styles, some should be considered primary, others-secondary. They are not equal in their significance, some of them bear reference to the main importance, others are widely used in everyday speech.
Having analysed the two works of Edward Forster: ”Where angels Fear to Tread” and ” A room with a view” we came to a conclusion that it is not an easy task to single them out.
Some of them make the speech of the characters vivid, interesting, humorous, ironical, emotional, understandable ; they reflect their thoughts and feelings.
The following tables give us an idea of the frequency of the usage of all expressive means and stylistic devices tackled in this paper.
E. Forster resorts to the use of syntactical stylistic devices, and the most favourite of them is repetition.
As it is seen from the tables the number of all stylistic devices is not equal. But all of them are based on the effect of defeated expectancy. All these stylistic devices are accompanied by one and the same stylistic phenomenon, which creates a single – whole – Edward Forster’s brilliant style. At the same time stylistic devices reflect various kinds of phenomena: everyday events, strange happenings, social reality and fantasy. They are all vital in creating a social atmosphere of those times.
Some stylistic devices are rarely used in E. Forster’s plays: chiasmus, inversion, metonymy and others.
We do not think it testifies to their rare occurrence in English in general. It is evidence of E. Forster’s private likes and dislikes as an artist.

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