“All Is Well, That Ends Well” Stylistic Features and Shakespearean Language
The article describes the peculiarities of distinctive points of writer’s style, utilization of expressive means and grammatical deviations. The author focuses on the findings from the play “All is well, that ends well” by William Shakespeare. The article also reveals some features of his writing style acknowledged as Shakespearean language.
Grammatical deviations, license of poets, stylistic devices, oxymoron, metaphor, writing style, expressive means
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