Corpus Linguistics in Literary Analysis

Corpus Linguistics in Literary Analysis

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Corpus Linguistics in Literary Analysis provides a theoretical introduction to corpus stylistics and also demonstrates its application by presenting corpus stylistic analyses of literary texts and corpora. The first part of the book addresses theoretical issues such as the relationship between subjectivity and objectivity in corpus linguistic analyses, criteria for the evaluation of results from corpus linguistic analyses and also discusses units of meaning in language. The second part of the book takes this theory and applies it to Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen and to two corpora consisting of 1) Austen's six novels and 2) texts that are contemporary with Austen. The analyses demonstrate the impact of various features of text on literary meanings and how corpus tools can extract new critical angles. This book will be a key read for upper level undergraduates and postgraduates working in corpus linguistics and in stylistics on linguistics and language studies courses.While Scott and Tribble (2006) offer few new insights into the topic, they provide a useful summary on the theory of quantitative ... Culpeper (2009) later expands this analysis of Romeo and Juliet with an analysis of the playa#39;s keywords, theiranbsp;...

Title:Corpus Linguistics in Literary Analysis
Author:Bettina Fischer-Starcke
Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing - 2010-08-26


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