Style and tone of Lewis Carroll's through the Looking-Glass

Rohmah, Anisatur (2010) Style and tone of Lewis Carroll's through the Looking-Glass. UIN-Maliki Press, Malang. ISBN 978-602-958-320-5

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Abstract

Style and Tone are the elements of fiction. Style is said as the writer’s language to perform his or her work. The role of style in a work of fiction is an important and complex one. Each writer has different style and tone in his or her work. Writers have the way to use language, select and arrange words to say what they want to say. On the other hand, they also have attitude toward the subject matters, characters, or audience. The style which is used in the Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass in the matter of diction is formal and it is also combined between denotation and connotation. Lewis Carroll applies lots of imagery that includes simile and personification that become a part of figurative language.

Item Type: Book
Keywords: Style and Tones; Literary criticism
Depositing User: Imam Rohmanu
Date Deposited: 27 Mar 2017 10:54

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