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Chapter II. «Alice’s Adventures in wonderland» by Lewis Carroll.

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Introduction……………………………………………………………………2
Chapter I. Stylistic Devices……………………………………………………4
1.1. Expressive means and Stylistic Devices………………………………….4
1.2. Metaphor…………………………………………………………………..7
1.3. Hyperbole………………………………………………………………….10
1.4. Stylistic Devices Based on Polysemantic Effect, Zeugma and Pun…….11
1.5. Personification……………………………………………………………..13
Chapter II. «Alice’s Adventures in wonderland» by Lewis Carroll………...14
2.1. Stylistic Devices from the story of «Alice’s Adventures in wonderland» by Lewis Carroll……………………………………………………………………18
Final remarks……………………………………………………………………25
Bibliography……………………………………………………………………..26
Introduction

The survey of different-functional styles will not be complete without at least a cursary look into what constitutes the very notion of text as-a production of man's creative activity in the realm of language.
The word 'text', which has imperceptibly crept into common use has never been linguistically ascertained. It is so broad in its application that it can refer to a span of utterance consisting of two lines, on the one hand, and to a whole novel, on the other. Therefore the word needs specification in order to make clear what particular kind of language product has the right to be termed text. When analysing the linguistic nature of a text it is first of all necessary to keep in mind the concept of permanence as set against ephemerality. Text, being the result of language activity, enjoys permanence inasmuch as it belongs to the written variety of language.
Text can be what it claims to be only if it possesses the quality of integrity, i.e. wholeness characterized by its gestalt. In other words, text must enjoy a kind of independent existence; it must be an entity in itself.
The integrity of the text presupposes the subordination of certain parts to one particular part which reveals the main idea and the purport of the writer. It has already been stated that a text consists of units which we called supra-phrasal. These units are not equal in their significance: some of them bear reference to. the main idea, others only back up the purport of the author. It follows then that supra-phrasal units can be classified as predicative and relative. The interrelation between these will show what kind of importance the author attaches to one or other part of the utterance.
The theory of communication has brought about new concepts regarding the information imparted by different texts. It will be of use to distinguish between the following terms: meaning, signification and content. The term 'content' should be reserved for the information imparted by...
Final remarks

This brief outline of the most characteristic features of the five language styles and their variants will show that out of the number of features which are easily disce
ible in each of the styles, some should be considered primary and others secondary; some obligatory, others optional; some constant, others transitory. The necessary data can be obtained by means of an objective statistical count based on a large number of texts, but this task cannot be satisfactorily completed without the-use of computers.
Another problem facing the stylicist is whether or not there are separate styles within the spoken variety of the language, and the analysis of these styles if it can be proved that there are any. So far we are of the opinion that styles of language can only be singled out in the written variety. This can be explained by the fact that any style is the result of a deliberate, careful selection of language means which in their correlation constitute this style. This can scarcely be attained in the oral variety of language which by its very nature will not lend itself to careful selection.
However, there is folklore, which originated as an oral form of communication; and which may perhaps be classed as a style of language with its own' structural and semantic laws.
There many different Stylistic Devices in «Alice’s Adventures in wonderland» by Lewis Carroll. They help to produce strong effect to readers. It helps to depict more clear picture of the story.

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