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|Title:||“The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald: stylistic devices and their interpretation into the Azerbaijani language|
|Keywords:||The Great Gatsby|
|Abstract:||The distinctive feature of any literary work is a figurative-emotional influence on the reader that is reached by the use of a large quantity of various means, from an epithet and a metaphor up to a rhythmic-syntactic construction of a phrase. A feature text, being a fiction (though reflecting the reality), gives the author especially wide range of opportunities to freely show the course of a time and to create the various semantic and stylistic effects in such a way.|
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