DISTINCTIVE QUALITY OF STRING OF WORDS 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 aims to express the phenomenon of  string of words  as a feature of discourse. This phenomenon is a feature of Noli's discourse as a writer and translator. These string of words have in common the way they are related together. They are connected with each other in syndetic or asyndetic manner.

It is precisely the creation of the string of words  that attracts the variety of elements with which they relate. The string of  words are linked one after the other, leaving a more indelible impression on the listener or the reader.

The article will show that the  string of words are terms of various lexical and semantic fields. The string of words represents various phenomena. They can show objects or phenomena which are related and found close to one another in space and time. Noli realizes the  string of words that constitute lexical or semantic fields. The string of words may contain lexicon denoting objects, which coexist in a reality.

As a conclusion the article will also show that the string of words used by Noli often represent things  and phenomena of the same part of reality. But it happens that the string of words, connected to one another, belong to different fields of reality and are conceived as a community.

Key words: Strings of words, contextual field, concrete meaningful connection, abstract meaningful connection.


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References


Lloshi, Xh. (2005). Stilistika E Gjuhës Shqipe dhe Pragmatika, Albas.

Sadiku, E. (1998). Vëzhgime mbi leksikun shprehës në prozën e I. Kadaresë, Tiranë.

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[N: 15] = Fan Noli Makbethi Shqip.Tiranë 1943, p.15 (number of pages differs).

[Sh:288] =Shakespeare, Great books of the Western World, Volume 2.1952 Encyclopedia Britanica, Inc.p.288 (number of pages differs).




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i11.1989

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v9i1.1989.g2459

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