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Revisiting Style, a Key Concept in Literary Studies

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Journal of Literary Theory

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      Language and literary studies have studied style for centuries, and even since the advent of ›stylistics‹ as a discipline at the beginning of the twentieth century, definitions of ›style‹ have varied heavily across time, space and fields. Today, with increasingly large collections of literary texts being made available in digital form, computational approaches to literary style are proliferating. New methods from disciplines such as corpus linguistics and computer science are being adopted and adapted in interrelated fields such as computational stylistics and corpus stylistics, and are facilitating new approaches to literary style.

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      Journal of Literary Theory
      1862-8990
      1862-5290
      January 1 2015
      January 1 2015
      : 9
      : 1
      10.1515/jlt-2015-0003
      © 2015

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