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From:Style (Vol. 51, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedComposed after the destruction of her beloved circle of family and friends, Mary Shelley's The Last Man conducts readers through a narrative heretofore unrecognized as exceedingly experimental. This essay argues that...
From:Style (Vol. 51, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedFrom the Middle Ages to the early modern period, a great number of treatises condemning abuses of the tongue were published in England. Slander in particular was harshly criticized, as it was deemed a formidable threat...
From:Style (Vol. 51, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedNarrative theory is habitually characterized as a "toolbox" or "toolkit" for the analysis of narratives. What does the prevalence of this metaphor tell us about the disciplinary aspirations of narratology? Whether...
From:Style (Vol. 51, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedPoetry is formal. Rhythm and form are closely related. Rhythm is componential. Form is paradigmatic. The qualities of the rhythmic components are the source of formal paradigms. Poetic paradigms are quadratic, organizing...
From:Style (Vol. 51, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThis essay demonstrates the ways in which The Crying of Lot 49 is invested in recreating the televisual experience through stylistic means. Its central point is that the assertion advanced by some critics that the...
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