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Stylistics and Shakespeare's Language

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 22.0277  Thursday, 27 October 2011

From:         Mireille Ravassat < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >

Date:         October 15, 2011 11:11:06 AM EDT

Subject:      Stylistics and Shakespeare's Language

 

Dear colleagues,

 

We are glad to inform you that Stylistics and Shakespeare's Language --

Transdisciplinary Approaches has been published by Continuum in the

Advances in Stylistics Series.

 

Editors: Mireille Ravassat (Valenciennes University, France) and Jonathan

Culpeper (Lancaster University, UK). See link below.

 

Table of contents

 

Introduction Mireille Ravassat and Jonathan Culpeper

 

Chapter 1: 'Strange deliveries': Contextualizing Shakespeare's First

Citations in the OED

Giles Goodland

 

Chapter 2: Shakespeare's Vocabulary: Did it Dwarf All Others?

Ward E. Y. Elliott and Robert J. Valenza

 

Chapter 3: A New Kind of Dictionary for Shakespeare's Plays: An Immodest Proposal

Jonathan Culpeper

 

Chapter 4: 'If I break time': Shakespearean Line Endings on the Page and

the Stage

Peter Kanelos

 

Chapter 5: Subject-Verb Inversion and Iambic Rhythm in Shakespeare's

Dramatic Verse

Richard Ingham and Michael Ingham

 

Chapter 6: Shakespeare's 'Short' Pentameters and the Rhythms of Dramatic Verse

Peter Groves

 

Chapter 7: Wholes and Holes in the Study of Shakespeare's Wordplay

Dirk Delabastita

 

Chapter 8: 'a thing inseparate/Divides more wider than the sky and

earth' - of Oxymoron in Shakespeare's Sonnets

Mireille Ravassat

 

Chapter 9: 'Rue with a difference': a Computational Stylistic Analysis of

the Rhetoric of Suicide in Hamlet

Thomas Anderson and Scott Crossley

 

10: Shakespeare's Sexual Language and Metaphor: a

Cognitive-Stylistic Approach

José L. Oncins-Martínez

 

Chapter 11: Cognitive Interplay: How Blending Theory and Cognitive Science

Reread Shakespeare

Amy Cook

 

More details and preview:

http://www.continuumbooks.com/books/detail.aspx?BookId=158639&SubjectId=989&Subject2Id=1655

 

Best regards,

Mireille Ravassat and Jonathan Culpeper

 
 

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