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Title: The Role of Stylistic Repetitions in the Novel "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway
Authors: Hasanova, Aysel
Keywords: stylistic repetition
lexical repetition
syntactical repetition
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: The thesis deals with the issue of stylistic repetitions in the novel “The Old Man and The Sea” by Ernest Hemingway. The stylistic potential of the idiolect of Ernest Hemingway in the novel “The Old Man and The Sea” is remarkably noticed in the use of repetitions in various functions. Repetitions are directly related to the "style-forming core" of Ernest Hemingway's individual handwriting. They stem from the nature of the creative individuality of the writer. In the nature of repetitions, in their quantitative use, in the nature and stylistic originality, the emotion, tension of the narration are manifested with particular brightness. The origins of the repetition in the excitement accompanying the expression of a feeling brought to the highest tension. The theoretical and methodological basis of the study conditioned by the aims and task set before the research requires the following methods: semantic – contextual and functional and stylistic analysis of repetitions; descriptive method of various approaches to the use and nature of repetitions; the method of theoretical substantiation of the essence of such a stylistic device; method of continuous sampling of the actual language material.
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