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Title: Stylistic means of intention representing in speeches of U.S. political leaders
Authors: Малюк, Діана Сергіївна
Maliuk, Diana Serhiivna
Сітко, Алла Василівна
Sitko, Alla Vasylivna
Keywords: стилістичні засоби
переклад політичних промов
способи перекладу
translation means
stylistic devices
political speech
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Citation: Maliuk D. S., Sitko A. V. Stylistic means of intention representing in speeches of U.S. political leaders / D.S. Maliuk, A. V. Sitko // Issues of modern philology in the context of the interaction of languages and cultures : International scientific and practical conference. Internship proceedings, December 27–28, 2019. Venice, 2019. – С. 153-157.
Abstract: We should state that as far as a political speech is an example of publicist style of speaking, it counts dozens of stylistic devices and expressive means in order to make speech more pleasant and comprehensible for the audience. Inaugural addresses are there to build a connection between a newly elected president and the people of the state who do not want to hear dry aristocratic language from the grand platforms but live and natural speech. Among expressive means the most typical for political speeches of American presidents are climax, inversion and comparative constructions, and among stylistic devices – comparison, metaphor, anaphor, rhetorical questions and antithesis.
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