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Stylistic Studies of Literature

In Honour of Professor Hiroyuki Ito

Masahiro Hori, Tomoji Tabata and Sadahiro Kumamoto

Contents: Masahiro Hori: Foreword – Sadahiro Kumamoto: Introduction – Kazuho Murata: Phrasal Verbs in Defoe’s Non-fictional Writings and their Stylistic Significance – Yuko Ikeda: From «Liveliness» to «Tranquillity»: A Lexical Approach to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park – Hirotoshi Takeshita: Some Syntactic and Stylistic Observations on Absolutes in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Sadahiro Kumamoto: The Poetic Technique of Enjambment in Chaucer’s Poems: The Case of Five Sentence Elements (S, Aux, V, O, C) – Masahiro Hori: Collocational Styles of First-person Narratives in Dickens: David Copperfield, Bleak House and Great Expectations – Tomoji Tabata: «Wickedly, Falsely, Traitorously, and otherwise Evil-adverbiously, Revealing» the Author’s Style: Correspondence Analysis of -ly Adverbs in Dickens and Smollett – Keisuke Koguchi: Stylistic Use of Repetition in A Tale of Two Cities – Noritaka Tomimura: The Use of Song in Shakespeare’s Plays – Tomoko Takaki: Plot Patterns of Irish Folktales Involving Fairies – Osamu Ueda: Stylistics Class in Japan: With Some Model Analyses of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Richard Gilbert: Plausible Deniability: Nature as Hypothesis in English-language Haiku.