"The language style of "Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens" или "Humor & Irony of "Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens

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Contents

Introduction

Theoretical part:

Chapter I. Literary approach of Charles Dickens to the matter and content

1.1. Formation of Charles Dickens' literary talent and aesthetic views

1.2. Charles Dickens' style of writing

1.3. The Pickwick papers: matter and manner

Chapter II. Distinctive features of Pickwick papers' style

2.1. Active and passive vocabulary of the novel

2.2. Neutral, expressive and affective evaluation models

2.3. Syntactic features

2.4. Tropes and idioms used

2.5. Humour and irony

Practical part:

Analysis of stylistic devices of «Pickwick Papers»

Chapter III. Lexical devices

3.1. Metaphorical collocations

3. 2. Epithets

3. 3. Oxymoronic collocations

3. 4. Idiomatic collocations

3. 4. Idiomatic collocations created by Dickens

3.5. Puns

3. 6. Hyperbolic collocations

Chapter VI. Syntactical devices

4. 1. Direct speech

4. 2. Uttered reported speech

4. 3. Unuttered or inner reported speech

4.4. Gap-sentence links

4.5. Rhetorical questions

Conclusion

Bibliography

Список литературы

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