Stylistics is the scientific study of the language of literature. In this intelligent and well-researched book, Hasan Jaashan takes a close look at the language used in literature and how it makes it the important and enjoyable art form that it is. Drawing on an extensive range of sources - but with particular focus on the novels of Ernest Hemingway - Jaashan forensically analyses the different components and styles of literary language. In turn, he looks at the importance of structure, word order, sounds and rhythms, vocabulary and much more in depth. While this book is aimed at, and will be of obvious interest, to students of applied linguistics, it will also be of great interest to anyone who has a love of literature and wants to know more about how books work.
Hasan M. S.
Dr. Hasan M. S. Jaashan is an Assistant Professor (Applied Linguistics) in the Department of English, Faculty of Languages and Translation, King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia. In 2011, he worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of English Literature and Linguistics, Qatar University, Qatar.
From 2006 to 2010, He worked in the Department of English, Al-mahweet college of Education, Sana'a University, Yemen, and was the head of the English department for the sessions (2009-2010). He got his Master and PhD degrees from India (2000-2006). He has many Academic activities overseas. He has published many papers beside this book, such as:
"The Intertwined Relation between sound and Sense in Arabic Language".
"The Linguistic Impairment and its Relation to the Brain: a Nero-Linguistic Study on some Aphasic People in Yemen".
"The Deviant Registeral Features of Trade Advertising in Arabic".
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