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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Stylistics: foregrounding and the search for objectivity (with particular reference to Edwin Muir's ��Variations ona time theme')

Mackay, Raymond George. January 1994 (has links)
published_or_final_version / English / Doctoral / Doctor of Philosophy
2

What creates quality in children's literature? : a linguistic perspective

Gillen, Aisling January 1997 (has links)
No description available.
3

Über Anwendung und Bedeutung des Wortes Stil ...

Wallach, Robert Wolfgang. January 1919 (has links)
Inaug.-diss.--Würzburg. / Lebenslauf. Bibliographical foot-notes.
4

Knee osteoarthrosis in relation to physical workload and lifestyle factors : epidemiological studies /

Sandmark, Hélène, January 1900 (has links)
Diss. (sammanfattning) Stockholm : Karol. inst. / Härtill 6 uppsatser.
5

Development of style in the writings of John Cowper Powys, 1915-1929

Lock, Charles John Somerset January 1982 (has links)
Between 1915 and 1929 J.C. Powys wrote five novels, Wood and Stone, Rodmoor, After My Fashion, Ducdame, and Wolf Solent, and two unpublished plays, Paddock Calls and a dramatisation of Dostoievsky's The Idiot. To each of these seven works a single chapter is devoted. In addition, three short chapters fill in biographical details and bridge chronological gaps; their subjects are Powys' unpublished writings, his work as a dramatist, and his contacts with modernism. The latter chapter provides biographical support for the main critical contention of the thesis, Powys' central place in twentieth-century literature. Bach chapter describes the biographical context in which the novel or play was written, before proceeding with a textual analysis. The critical aim is to demonstrate Powys' technique, his consciousness of aesthetic and formal questions, and his style. Powys' ideas and beliefs are discussed only with reference to his style and form of expression. The broad development from Wood and Stone to Wolf Solent is seen and analysed in terms of an increasing sophistication of technique. Particular stress is laid on Powys' treatment of his protagonist's self-consciousness, culminating in the formal solution of Wolf Solent. As literary history, apart from placing Powys among contemporaries such as Joyce, Pound, Mann, Faulkner and Dreiser, the thesis shows the influence on Powys of Henry James, Turgenev, Hardy and others. The most important and most widely recognised influence, of Dostoievsky, is examined from critical and biographical angles. Incidentally to its main purpose, the thesis provides the most detailed biographical record, to date, of Powys' life in these years. Contemporary documentation has been used whenever possible, and extensively; much of it, mainly correspondence, is unpublished.
6

none

Chang, Jui-Feng 27 July 2000 (has links)
none
7

発話スタイルがパーソナリティ認知に及ぼす効果(2) :叙述的発話と断片的発話の比較

小川, 一美, Ogawa, Kazumi, 吉田, 俊和, Yoshida, Toshikazu 27 December 1999 (has links)
国立情報学研究所で電子化したコンテンツを使用している。
8

The scheme of common language : a comparison of John Ashbery and Amy Gerstler

Wisse, William R. January 1993 (has links)
There are two traditions in English poetry: elevated and down-to-earth. The former is characterized by formal style, use of verbal associations, and philosophical subject matter. The latter is informal, uses worldly images and makes specific points. When elevated style uses common language, i.e. words drawn from specialized contexts, those words bring with them the down-to-earth spirit. They convey an effect of honesty, indicting the abstraction of elevatedness as an evasion. John Ashbery calls up that effect to discredit it, to show that down-to-earth poetry's implied access to the world is delusive and his personalized internal view is honest. Amy Gerstler accepts the indictment, letting it bring her poems to an epiphanic connection with reality. This distinction reflects their generational difference, between Ashbery's postmodernists who see no possibility of understanding reality, and Gerstler's post-postmodernists who instinctively hope for that understanding while accepting postmodernist epistemological pessimism.
9

Style theories as found in stylistic studies of Romance scholars, 1900-1950

Craddock, Clare Eileen, January 1952 (has links)
Thesis--Catholic University of America. / "An appendix containing all the original texts has been appended to the two full length copies of this dissertation, available at the Library of the Catholic University of America."--P. v. Bibliography: p. 206-212.
10

Style theories as found in stylistic studies of Romance scholars, 1900-1950

Craddock, Clare Eileen, January 1952 (has links)
Thesis--Catholic University of America. / "An appendix containing all the original texts has been appended to the two full length copies of this dissertation, available at the Library of the Catholic University of America."--P. v. Bibliography: p. 206-212.

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