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STYLISTIC CONNOTATION IN THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, A COMPARATIVE OBSERVATION BETWEEN THE ORIGINAL TEXT OF SHAKESPEARE AND THE TRANSLATED ONE BY FAN NOLI

Ornela Çoku

Abstract


This article aims to express the stylistic connotation used by Noli in translating Macbeth, the famous tragedy of Shakespeare. The article will show that Noli’s stylistic connotation refers to his individual treatments or characteristics of the written piece by his particular ways of organizing words. His distinctive style represents his work as wonderful. We can distinguish his work from other writer’s work precisely by the stylistic connotation. As for the limbs of the models used by Noli, they are not equally usable in the spheres of communication. They are distinguished by stylistic connotation. Some of them can be used in everyday conversational style.

Key words: stylistic, connotation, procreation, language, style.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v10i2.2163

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v10i2.2163.g2572

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