Consciousness in Modernist Fiction: A Stylistic Study by V. SotirovaConsciousness in Modernist Fiction: A Stylistic Study by V. Sotirova

Consciousness in Modernist Fiction: A Stylistic Study

byV. Sotirova

Hardcover | June 24, 2013

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This stylistic study of consciousness in the Modernist novel explores shifts across different viewpoints and the techniques through which they are dialogically interconnected. The dialogic resonances in the presentation of character consciousness are analysed using linguistic evidence and evidence drawn from everyday conversational practices.
VIOLETA SOTIROVA is a Lecturer in Stylistics at the University of Nottingham, UK. She is the author of D.H. Lawrence and Narrative Viewpoint (2010). Her work on the stylistic indices of consciousness presentation in Modernist narratives includes publications in the following journals: Style, Language and Literature, English Studies, Ét...
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Title:Consciousness in Modernist Fiction: A Stylistic StudyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:216 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.76 inPublished:June 24, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230525520

ISBN - 13:9780230525528

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction The Modernist Revolution The Novel of Consciousness D.H. Lawrence's Dialogic Consciousness James Joyce's Extratextual Dialogicity Virginia Woolf's Transparent Selves Modernist Style and Contemporary Philosophy Bibliography Index

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This stylistic study of consciousness in the Modernist novel explores shifts across different viewpoints and the techniques through which they are dialogically interconnected. The dialogic resonances in the presentation of character consciousness are analysed using linguistic evidence and evidence drawn from everyday conversational practices.'This volume is a useful resource for those interested in stylistics or in modernist fiction, in particular, Lawrence, Woolf and Joyce. Summing up: recommended for upper-division undergraduates through faculty.' - W. DiPasquale, Gwenedd-Mercy College, USA