Stylistics: Prospect & Retrospect. (PALA Papers) by David L. Hoover, Sharon Lattig

By David L. Hoover, Sharon Lattig

Stylistics: Prospect & Retrospect seems to be backward towards vintage and foundational techniques and texts that helped to set up the sphere of stylistics. It additionally seems ahead through analyzing fresh thoughts that appear prone to modify the ways that sort is studied within the future years. The essays offered the following, written via an array of specialists from 9 international locations on 4 continents, hire a variety of ways to works that variety from romantic poetry to modern fiction and from conventional folktales and nursery rhymes to modern movie. the range of authors, techniques, and works chanced on the following testifies to the energy of the sector of stylistics, and those essays should still attract all these drawn to the character of fashion and within the background and way forward for stylistics.

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And these divine names, which are my blue horizon: Cologne, Mayence, Wiesbaden. It is there that I wish I could fly away with my sweet Marie (Mallarmé 1954: 50-1). The foreign is here another occasion for poetry to arise, under the most unexpected guise. It is not the foreign lands that might draw the young man away, but their names. It is there, into the land of foreign names, that Mallarmé wishes he could take his beloved. A few of years after having expressed his need to ‘invent a language’ that would accommodate the new poetics he inherited from the American – ‘paint not the thing but the effect it produces’ (Mallarmé 1998: 663) – Mallarmé faces a fundamental crisis; while working on ‘the sonnet in -yx’, he confides to Eugène Lefébure his hope that the word ‘ptyx’ does not exist in any language so that [he can] have the pleasure of creating it by the magic of rhyme.

20 Willie van Peer, Sonia Zyngier, and Jèmeljan Hakemulder 10We thank all participants for their willingness to spend some of their leisure time. We are especially grateful to Dr. Amany El-Shazly (Helwan University, Cairo) for having collected the Egyptian data for us. 11A Kolmogoroff-Smirnov test showed the data not to be normally distributed, barring the use of parametric tests. The different tests mentioned in the text all do the same thing: they calculate a p-value, which is the probability that the results obtained are caused by error.

Only a multilingual reader can have access to a wide scale of accomplishments against which he can measure the attempts of his contemporaries, as well as his own. Toward this end, Pound rehabilitates Arnaut and places him in Dante’s company, a company Pound suspects has been denied him ‘chiefly . . because poets have not been able to read his language, and because the scholars have not known anything about poetry’. (1968: 23) This is perhaps Pound’s strongest statement in favour of poetphilologists: neither the poets nor the scholars have done Daniel’s trobar clus justice.

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