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英語修辭學概論(修訂本)/21世紀英語學習叢書

  • 作者:編者:黃任
  • 出版社:上海外教
  • ISBN:9787544634847
  • 出版日期:2014/09/01
  • 裝幀:平裝
  • 頁數:272
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    《英語修辭學概論(修訂本)》(English Rhetoric: An Introduction,2nd Edition)系作者多年從事英語修辭學教學和科研的結晶。在修訂本中,作者黃任對原書做了認真的更新、修改和補充,在概述該學科兩千多年歷史傳承的基礎上,全面和準確地闡述了現代英語修辭學的基本體系、主要內容和實用價值。該書內容精煉、選材新穎、文字通順、說理清晰,各部分練習既有針對性,又具實用性,並附有詳簡適度的參考答案。這是一本為英語專業學生編寫的教材,同時也適合英語愛好者自學之用。

作者介紹
編者:黃任
    黃任,1964年北京外國語學院英語系研究生畢業後到上海外國語學院英語系任教,直至1998年底退休。其間1986—1988年任聯合國糧農組織譯審,1994年後任上海外國語大學學報《外國語》副主編、編輯部主任,同時在英語學院兼授翻譯、語法與修辭等課程。主要著述有《英語分析語法》(1989),《英語修辭與寫作》(1996),An Introduction to English Rhetoric (1998),《英語語法教程——形式意義與使用》(2007),其中《英語修辭與寫作》曾獲華東地區出版社優秀教材及專著二等獎。

目錄
Editor's Note to the 2nd Edition
Unit 1  Goals for Studying Rhetoric
  1.1  Modern rhetoric and rhetorical system
  1.2  The three fundamental elements in writing
  1.3  Goals for studying rhetoric
  1.4  The three principles for our study of rhetoric
  Exercise 1
Unit 2  The Three Artistic Criteria in English Rhetoric
  2.1  The three basic elements in rhetorical traditions
  2.2  Logos and logical thinking
  2.3  Formal logic and syllogism
  2.4  Changes in the connotations of pathos
  2.5  Pathos in use today
  2.6  Ethos in rhetoric
  2.7  Fallacies in logical reasoning
  2.8  Fallacies related to pathos
  2.9  Fallacious use of ethos
  Exercise 2
Unit 3  The Three Levels of Rhetorical Operations (A) : Selecting Words and Phrases
  3.1  Three basic levels of rhetoric
  3.2  The importance of word choice
  3.3  Five principles for selecting words and phrases
  3.4  The command of vocabulary
  3.5  The use of dictionaries
  Exercise 3
Unit 4  The Three Levels of Rhetorical Operations (B) : Seeking Sentence Variety
  4.1  The significance of sentence variety
  4.2  Variety in sentence patterns
  4.3  Significance of variety in sentence length
  4.4  Approaches to achieve varieties in sentence length
  Exercise 4
Unit 5  The Three Levels of Rhetorical Operations (C) : Writing a Paragraph and Arranging Paragraphs into a Complete Text
  5.1  Features of a paragraph
  5.2  Requirements for paragraph writing
  5.3  The organization of a composition
  5.4  Devices for making the ideas flow
  5.5  Subject matter and paragraph formation
  Exercise 5
Unit 6  Meanings of Words: a Multifaceted Notion
  6.1  Importance of grasping the right word meanings
  6.2  Aspects of word meanings
  6.3  Referential meaning
  6.4  Social meaning
  6.5  Affective meaning
  Exercise 6
Unit 7  Denotation and Connotation
  7.1  Shades of meaning
  7.2  Denotation
  7.3  Connotation
  7.4  To be "positive" instead of "assertive"

  Exercise 7
Unit 8  Generalization and Specification
  8.1  Generality and specificity  ....
  8.2  General terms and specific terms
  8.3  Abstract writing and some other similar practices
  8.4  Approaches to writing in a specific way
  Exercise 8
Unit 9  Economy and Clarity
  9.1  Two basic requirements of "economy" in writing
  9.2  The relationship between economy and clarity
  9.3  Causes of wordiness
  9.4  Approaches to clarity
  Exercise 9
Unit l0  Accuracy and Vagueness
  10.1  Accuracy in communication
  10.2  How grammar may affect accuracy
  10.3  Vagueness as a language attribute
  10.4  Occasions for vagueness
  Exercise 10
Unit 11  Unity and Coherence
  11.1  The central idea and two principles in information organization
  11.2  Creating unity
  11.3  Maintaining coherence
  Exercise 11
Unit 12  The Literal Use and Figurative Use of Language
  12.1  Labels in use and literal or figurative meanings
  12.2  Relations between literal/figurative and denotative/connotative meanings
  12.3  More notes on literal uses
  12.4  More notes on figurative uses
  Exercise 12
Unit 13  The Three Inartistic Criteria in English Rhetoric
  13.1  Artistic criteria and inartistic criteria
  13.2  Facts
  13.3  Examples and illustrations
  13.4  Testimony
  13.5  Guidelines for the application of the three inartistic criteria
  Exercise 13
Unit 14  Propriety and Creativity
  14.1  Relationship between propriety and creativity
  14.2  How to organize an essay in a test
  14.3  How to write in a creative way
  14.4  Three devices used to make one's viewpoints impressive and convincing
  Exercise 14
Unit 15  A Table of the Common Figures of Speech
  15.1  General principles for the use of the figures of speech
  15.2  Figures resembling similarities: Simile, Metaphor, Analogy, Allegory, Personification and Zoosemy
  15.3  Figures of substitution: Metonymy, Synecdoche, Antonomasia, Allusion, Hyperbole, Understatement, Euphemism and Periphrasis
  15.4  Figures of playing double meanings: Pun, Irony, Paradox, Oxymoron, Innuendo, Sarcasm, Transferred Epithet, Syllepsis and Zeugma
  15.5  Figures of repetition: Alliteration, Assonance, Consonance, Paregmenon, Correction, Anaphora, Epiphara, Anadiplosis and Regression
  15.6  Figures of imitation: Parody, Onomatopoeia, Mimesis, Malapropism and Graphic

  15.7  Figures of handling contrastive and coordinated structures : Contrast, Parallelism and Antithesis
  15.8  Figures of witty expressions: Epigram, Aphorism and Maxim
Bibliography
Appendix I  Keys to the Exercises
Appendix II  A Table of Rhetorical Terms in English and Chinese
Appendix III  Index

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