Wissenschaftlicher Aufsatz aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich
Anglistik - Linguistik, Madras Christian College, Sprache: Deutsch,
Abstract: Abstract: This article demonstrates the use of stylistics
in deconstructing D.H. Lawrence's Piano. A careful and complete
analysis of one schematically foregrounded style marker the
concrete countable noun 'piano' which has been incrementally
repeated thrice, provides persuasive evidence of the overall value
of stylistics as a "bridge discipline" (Leech 2) between
linguistics and literary theory to enhance the appreciation of
Lawrence's poetic artistry and genius. Incremental repetition which
by itself, "is probably the most readily identifiable of ballad
characteristics," (Bold 29) has been schematically foregrounded in
the literary text Piano. The deconstructive analysis of this
schematically foregrounded feature reveals the aporia and the
impossibility of unravelling the various ambiguities which are
easily overlooked in a commonsensical, liberal humanist "expressive
realist" reading of the poem.
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