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1. Find stylistic devices in the extracts and state them:

Extract Device

1. Bugs buzzed in the grass and cuckoos were heard form the forest .

The rain was over, but raindrops sparkled here and there like diamonds and their dripping made strange and wonderful sounds, as if small bells were tinkling on the branches .

2. Whenever the moon and stars set, Whenever the wind is high, All night long in the dark and wet A man goes riding by (R. L. Stivenson) You know dat one-laigged nigger dat blongs to old Mistro 3 .

Bradish? Its his wife, I said. W-I-F-E. Homebody. Helpmate. 4 .

How sweet it were, 5 .

To lend our hearts and spirits wholly To the music of mild-minded melancholy;

To muse and brood and live again in memory( A. Tennyson) Mostly he moved in urgent, precise, clipped movements go, 6 .

go, go and talked the same way staccato sentences. And nearing and clearing, 7 .

And falling and crawling and sprawling, And gleaming and streaming and steaming and beaming, And in this way the water comes down at Ladore (R .

Southey) Arise, arise, arise!

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There is blood on the earth that denies ye bread;

Be your wounds like eyes To weep for the dead, dead, dead. (P.B. Shelley) 9. "Pompey Pipped at the Post as Pippo Pounces" (sports headline, Daily Express, November 28, 2008) 10."The spider skins lie on their sides, translucent and ragged, their legs drying in knots."

(Annie Dillard, Holy the Firm) 11. . vainly I had sought to borrow From my books surcease of sorrow - sorrow for the lost Lenore E.A .

Poe)

12. Cipher Connected By Paul McCann Careless cars cutting corners create confusion .

Crossing centrelines .

Countless collisions cost coffins .

Collect conscious change .

Copy?

Continue cautiously .

Comply?

Cool .

13. "I'm getting married in the morning!

Ding dong! the bells are gonna chime."

(Lerner and Loewe, "Get Me to the Church on Time," My Fair Lady) 14. "Bang! went the pistol, Crash! went the window Ouch! went the son of a gun .

15. "Forget the most obvious problem with collegiate calorie counting, that studying Kierkegaard or Conrad after a dinner of seitan and soy chips would render even robust stomachs seasick, sometimes outright ill. And I wont harp on the clear link between vigorous salad consumption and sulkiness."

(Marisha Pessl, "Seize the Weight," The New York Times, October 6, 2006)

16. His soul swooned slowly as he heard the snow falling, faintly through universe and faintly falling like the descent of their last end, upon the living and the dead. (J. Joyce, The Dead) .





17. "No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown."

18. As she crossed the offices floor each percussive strike of her high heels was accompaniedby a splatter of purple centered around a click proportionately smaller than the loud knock .

19. A bird, disturbed from its slumbers, twitters and flaps its wings .

20. After a time he began to wander about, going lippity - lippity - not very fast 21 .

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9. Find stylistic devices in the extracts and state them:

Extract Device

1. From behind the tree he heard mew, mew; then everything was silent again, and again the sound broke the silence. Then a mew, oink and neigh mixed in a kind of a choir .

2. Is that my wife? I see it is, from your fyce. I want the truth, I must ave it. If thats er fyce there, then thats er body in the gallery; its the same nyme .

3. And the silken, sad, uncertain rustling of each purple curtain(E. A. Poe) 4. No, Mam! No! Its impossible! Im-pos-sible! Do you hear me? 5. Gaunt as the ghastliest of glimpses that gleam through the gloom of the gloaming when ghosts go aghast. (Swinburne) 6. To the tintinnabulation that so musically dwells From the bells, bells, bells, bells, Bells, bells, bells From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. (E. A. Poe) 7. I chatter over stony ways, In little sharps and trebles, I bubble into eddying bays, I bubble on the pebbles (A. Tennyson) 8. Tell this soul with sorrow laden, if within the distant Aiden, I shall clasp a sainted maiden, whom the angels name Lenore (E. A. Poe) 9. "The sibilant sermons of the snake as she discoursed upon the disposition of my sinner's soul seemed ceaseless."(Gregory Kirschling, The Gargoyle, 2008) 10. "It beats as it sweeps as it cleans."

(Advertising slogan for Hoover vacuum cleaners) 11. "Tlot-tlot; tlot-tlot! Had they heard it? The horse-hoofs ringing clear;

Tlot-tlot, tlot-tlot, in the distance? Were they deaf that they did not hear?

(Alfred Noyes, "The Highwayman") 12. "Tell this soul, with sorrow laden, if within the distant Aiden, I shall clasp a sainted maiden" (E. Poe, The Raven) 13. Dewdrops Dancing Down Daisies By Paul Mc Cann Don't delay dawns disarming display .

Dusk demands daylight .

Dewdrops dwell delicately drawing dazzling delight .

Dewdrops dilute daisies domain .

Distinguished debutantes. Diamonds defray delivered daylights distilled daisy dance .

14. These unfortunate dry nurses of dogdom, the cur cuddlers, mongrel managers, Spitz stalkers, poodle pullers, Skye scrapers, dachshund danglers, terrier trailers and Pomeranian pushers of the cliff-hanging Circes follow their charges meekly. ("Ulysses and the Dogman", O'Henry)

15. Right on time a gunshot rang out accompanied by an unprecedented leaden bang!

16. Then twas all like the frogs in the diks peep-in; then twas all like the reeds in the diks clip-clapping

16. Now that he was merely Toad, and no longer the Terror of the Highway, he giggled feebly and looked from one to the other appealingly, seeming quite to understand the situation .

17. Mrs. Tiggy-winkles nose went sniffle, sniffle, sniffle

18. Pollyanna caught her breath with a little gasp 19. "I must confess that in my quest I felt depressed and restless."

("With Love," performed by Thin Lizzy) 20. "America's present need is not heroics but healing, not nostrums but normalcy, not revolution but restoration, not agitation but adjustment, not surgery but serenity, not the dramatic but dispassionate, not experiment but equipoise, not submergence in internationality but sustainment in triumphant nationality" .

21. Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary,(E.A. Poe)

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10. Find stylistic devices in the extracts and state them:

Extract Device

1. Bugs buzzed in the grass and cuckoos were heard form the forest. The rain was over, but raindrops sparkled here and there like diamonds and their dripping made strange and wonderful sounds, as if small bells were tinkling on the branches .

11. Whenever the moon and stars set, Whenever the wind is high, All night long in the dark and wet A man goes riding by (R. L. Stivenson) You know dat one-laigged nigger dat blongs to old 12 .

Mistro Bradish? Its his wife, I said. W-I-F-E. Homebody. Helpmate. 13 .

How sweet it were, 14 .

To lend our hearts and spirits wholly To the music of mild-minded melancholy;

To muse and brood and live again in memory( A .

Tennyson) Mostly he moved in urgent, precise, clipped movements 15 .

go, go, go and talked the same way staccato sentences. And nearing and clearing, 16 .

And falling and crawling and sprawling, And gleaming and streaming and steaming and beaming, And in this way the water comes down at Ladore (R .

Southey) Arise, arise, arise!

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There is blood on the earth that denies ye bread;

Be your wounds like eyes To weep for the dead, dead, dead. (P.B. Shelley)

2. Give a definition of;

1. Define speech as a stylistic phenomenon .

2. Define text as a stylistic phenomenon .

3. Give types of rhyme and bring examples of rhyming .

4. Name all the functional styles of the English vocabulary .

   

18. Find stylistic devices in the extracts and state them:

Extract Device

1. From behind the tree he heard mew, mew; then everything was silent again, and again the sound broke the silence. Then a mew, oink and neigh mixed in a kind of a choir .

2. Is that my wife? I see it is, from your fyce. I want the truth, I must ave it. If thats er fyce there, then thats er body in the gallery; its the same nyme .

3. And the silken, sad, uncertain rustling of each purple curtain(E. A. Poe) 4. No, Mam! No! Its impossible! Im-pos-sible! Do you hear me? 5. Gaunt as the ghastliest of glimpses that gleam through the gloom of the gloaming when ghosts go aghast. (Swinburne) 6. To the tintinnabulation that so musically dwells From the bells, bells, bells, bells, Bells, bells, bells From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. (E. A. Poe) 7. I chatter over stony ways, In little sharps and trebles, I bubble into eddying bays, I bubble on the pebbles (A. Tennyson) 8. Tell this soul with sorrow laden, if within the distant Aiden, I shall clasp a sainted maiden, whom the angels name Lenore (E. A. Poe)

2. Answer the following questions:

1. Define language as a stylistic phenomenon .

2. Define style as a stylistic phenomenon .

3. Give types of stanza and bring examples of them .

4. Name the main classes of the English vocabulary .

   

1. Phonetic expressive means

2. Lexical expressive means

3. Morphological expressive means

4. Syntactic expressive means

5. Expressiveness and emotiveness

6. Stylistic norm and deviations from it

7. Denotation and connotation within the text

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