جۆری توێژینه‌وه‌: Original Article

نوسه‌ران

1 English department , College of Education , University of Garmian, Kurdistan, Iraq

2 English department , College of Education , University of Garmian, Kurdistan, iraq

پوخته‌

This study is conducted to explore Mansfield’s famous short story, “Bliss” on the basis of stylistic approach. To achieve this aim, it serves a wide range of linguistic data under stylistic categorizations to provide a scientific sight to text readings. In this way; it is noticeable that stylistics attempts to show that literature and linguistics are two complementary parts. Preparing concrete basements for literary criticism, stylistic studies reveal fingerprints of an author that makes the author unique and original. In this study, the short story “Bliss” written by the contemporary New Zealand author Katherine Mansfield is selected to be analyzed from the stylistic point of view under the categorizes of lexical category, grammatical category, figures of speech and cohesion to show the message that underlines the surface meaning.

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