SYNONYMICAL RELATION AND EXPANSION AS STYLISTIC PHENOMENA IN THE TRAGEDY OF “MACBETH”. A COMPARATIVE OBSERVATION BETWEEN THE ORIGINAL TEXT OF SHAKESPEARE AND THE TRANSLATED ONE BY FAN NOLI

Ornela Çoku

Abstract


The article is about synonymical relation and  expansion as stylistic phenomena in Macbeth, Shakespeare's tragedy, translated by Fan Noli. The article emphasizes lexical and expanded patterns  in literature. The phenomena of expansion and synonymical relation create meaningful equivalences. The article will also show that expansion   is achieved by synonymical relation. Another issue addressed in the article concerns the relation of the verb with the verbal noun as one of the stylistic device of expanded paterns  for present-day Albanian language. Today's written language has greatly expanded the number of verbal nouns with suffixes.The article will show that there are often two terms in the procedure for enlargement, but there may be more than two terms. Formally we are dealing with two or more words associated with different grammar means.

In terms of meaning we have a unique enhanced emotional as well as expressive-stylistic content. In conclusion, Noli's goal was to give such shades that create aesthetic moment and discover new semantic layers in different words. With plenty of use and original view, the expanded pattern  is a feature of Noli's style. The expanded units introduced by Noli attract attention with their extensive information and high expression.

Keywords: expanded patterns, synonymical relations, expansion of the noun and verb expansion.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i10.1971

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i10.1971.g2409

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