Literary English since Shakespeare. / Edited by George Watson.
(A Galaxy book, GB 314)
|出版者||London : Oxford University Press|
|大きさ||x, 407 p. ; 21 cm.|
|内容注記||The current scene in linguistics, by N. Chomsky.--Realism and the three styles, by E. Auerbach.--The meaning of "literal," by O. Barfield.--On sentence-length, by G. U. Yule.--Monosyllabic lines and words, by A. C. Bradley.--Shakespeare and the language of poetry, by O. Jespersen.--The Baroque style in prose, by M. W. Croll.--Jonson's dramatic prose, by J. A. Barish.--The language of the metaphysicals, by G. Watson.--Milton and the vocabulary of verse and prose, by H. S. Davies.--Science and English prose style, by R. F. Jones.--The style of Dryden's prose, by W. P. Ker.--Pope and the syntax of satire, by J. P. W. Rogers.--Swift and syntactical connection, by L. T. Milic.--Irony in Eighteenth-Century fiction, by W. C. Booth.--The consistency of Johnson's style, by W. K. Wimsatt.--Syntax in Wordsworth's Prelude, by D. Davie.--Scott's linguistic vagaries, by E. M. W. Tillyard.--The language of the Victorians, by F. W. Bateson.--On Dickens, by W. A. Ward.--Dialect in the novels of Hardy and George Eliot, by P. Ingham.--The first paragraph of James's Ambassadors, by I. Watt.--The holy language of modernism, by D. Donoghue.|
|一般注記||Includes bibliographical references.|
|件 名||English literature--History and criticism
Addresses, essays, lectures.
English philology--Addresses, essays, lectures.