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The analysis of stylistic devices in the “Jane Eyre” by Sharlotta Bronte

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We know that meaning arises from the interaction of two different lexical meanings, namely lexical and textual meanings. Sometimes the difference between them is so great that an unexpected phenomenon arises from the application of such derivative meanings. In this case, we feel that the stylistic method has emerged

Abstract

We know that meaning arises from the interaction of two different lexical meanings, namely lexical and textual meanings. Sometimes the difference between them is so great that an unexpected phenomenon arises from the application of such derivative meanings. In this case, we feel that the stylistic method has emerged

Keywords

lexical meaning
metonymy
metaphor
epithet

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Sokhiba Zaripova. (2021). The analysis of stylistic devices in the “Jane Eyre” by Sharlotta Bronte. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 9. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/377
  • Submitted
    26 March 2021
  • Revised
    26 March 2021
  • Published
    28 February 2021