This book offers a collection of essays in literary and cultural studies. The articles explore a wide range of distinct problems and texts with the aim to question the already known and to interrogate the realms of ethics, literature, history and cultural identities. The contributors not only revive the meanings and values as they were lived at the time of creating the specific works, but also point to the ways in which these meanings continue to function for contemporary readers.
Studying linguistics for fun and profit: From general semiotics to the stylistics of literary texts (Waldemar Skrzypczak)
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Studying linguistics for fun and profit: From general semiotics to the stylistics of literary texts
Abstract: The essay presents a range of aspects of curriculum design regarding teaching modules on language study in English Departments, with particular focus on implications of Cognitive Linguistics and Text Linguistics. Exploring the content and methods of studying language, it argues for extending its goals beyond mere analytical deconstruction.
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