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Contingency, Hegemony, Universality. Paris: Verso. Foucault, Michel. 2002[1966]. The Order of Things. An Archaeology of the Human Sciences. London: Routledge. Foucault, Michel. 1972[1969]. The Archaeology of Knowledge & The Discourse on Language. New York: Pantheon. Grice, H. Paul. 1975. ’ In Syntax and Semantics. Vol. 3: Speech Act, edited by Peter Cole and Jerry L. Morgan, 41–58. New York: Academic Press. Habermas, Jürgen. 1985[1981]. The Theory of Communicative Action. Boston: Beacon Press. Harris, Zellig S.

Thus the substitution of the individualized language of the novelist (to the extent that one can recover this language from the ‘speech’ and ‘language’ systems of the novel) for the style of the novel itself is doubly imprecise: it distorts the very essence of the stylistics of a novel. Such substitution inevitably leads to the selection from the novel of only those elements that can be fitted within the frame of a single language system and that express, directly and without mediation, an authorial individuality in language.

In the first type, style is cut off from considerations of genre, and from the work as such, and regarded as a phenomenon of language itself: the unity of style in a given work is transformed either into the unity of an individual language (‘individual dialect’), or into the unity of an individual speech (parole). It is precisely the individuality of the speaking subject that is recognized as that style-generating factor transforming a phenomenon of language and linguistics and stylistics unity.

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