検索結果一覧

CHARLES DICKENS AND LITERARY DIALECT 

著者
今林 修 
シリーズ
 
助成
 
判型
A5 
ページ
210 
定価
4000 
発行日
2006年8月1日 
ISBN
ISBN978-4-87440-938-1/ISBN4-87440-938-5 
Cコード
C3082 
ジャンル
文学・語学/欧米〈文学〉
 
内容
The present study on Dickens's use of literary dialect. The scope of this book will focus on his use of regional dialects described in Nicholas Nickleby, David Copperfield, American Notes and Martin Chuzzlewit, Hard Times, and Great Expectations.
渓水社で購入する

購入冊数

オンライン書店で購入

この本の目次を見る
Preface
Table of abbreviations
List of tables


INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER1 PROVENANCE AND SOURCE
1.1 Nicholas Nickleby
1.2 David Copperfield
1.3 Hard Times
1.4 American Notes and Martin Chuzzlewit
1.5 Great Expectations

CHAPTER2 SPOKEN AND WRITTEN
2.1 Phonetic Spelling
2.2 Paraarer, parearer, or paroarer?
2.3 Nighbut, nighbout, or nighb't?

CHAPTER3 CHARACTERISATION AND EXPERIMENT
3.1 Conventional use of phonetic spellings
3.2 Conventional use of apostrophes
3.3 Experimental use of capital letters
3.4 Experimental use of italics
3.5 Experimental use of hyphens
3.6 Experimental use of diacritic marks
3.7 Dickens's linguistic experiments
3.8 Dickens's linguistic characterisation

CHAPTER4 REALISM AND VERISIMILITUDE
4.1 Dickens’s natural gift and pursuit for dialect materials
4.2 Heroic speech and dialect suppression
4.3 Linguistic stigmatisation in Hard Times

CHAPTER5 STYLISTICS AND SOCIOLINGUISTICS
5.1 Ommiscient narrator as a dialect glossarist
5.2 Visual effect and the point of view
5.3 Regional dialect and class dialect
5.4 American English and British English

CHAPTER6 PROVINCIALISMS AND AMERICANISMS
6.1 Yorkshire provincialisms in Nicholas Nickleby
6.2 Lancashire provincialisms in Hard Times
6.3 East Anglia provincialisms in David Copperfield
6.4 Kentish provincialisms in Great Expectations
6.5 Americanisms in American Notes and Martin Chuzzlewit

CONCLUSION
Select Bibliography
Index
戻る