The Author's Modality and Sctratificational Structure of a Literary Text in Modern English
AbstractAny literary text irrespective of its genre or trend represents aÂ unique and aesthetic image of the world, created by the author according to hisÂ communicative intention and his subjective modality. Hence, the subjective is theÂ organizing axis of a literary work, for, in expressing his vision of the world, theÂ author represents reality in the way that he considers to be most fitting. TheÂ interaction and co-existence of subjective and objective factors find theirÂ realization in the stratificational structure of the text, i.e. in its multi-layeredÂ constitution. The interdisciplinary methodology of research, employed in theÂ article involves some essential data of the theory of literature, linguo-stylistics,Â text interpretation and linguo-pragmatics.
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KIRVALIDZE, Nino. The Author's Modality and Sctratificational Structure of a Literary Text in Modern English. IBSU Scientific Journal, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 138-143, jan. 2006. ISSN 2233-3002. Available at: <https://journal.ibsu.edu.ge/index.php/ibsusj/article/view/15>. Date accessed: 09 aug. 2020.
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