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Identifikators:711602
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Publicēts: 30.04.2015.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: 12 vienības
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Nr. Sadaļas nosaukums  Lpp.
1.  IMAGERY    9
1.  IMAGERY    9
1.1.  Usage of imagery    9
1.2.  Figurative language    10
1.3.  Types of imagery    11
2.  ILLUSTRATIONS    12
2.1.  Relationships between text and images    12
2.  IMAGERY IN “THE SLIPPERY SLOPE” BY LEMONY SNICKET    13
2.1.  Visual imagery    13
2.2.  Kinesthetic imagery    15
2.3.  Auditory imagery    17
2.4.  Organic imagery    19
2.5.  Thermal imagery    20
2.6.  Tactile imagery    20
2.7.  Olfactory imagery    21
2.8.  Gustatory imagery    22
2.9.  Abstract imagery    22
  CONCLUSION    24
  THESES    26
  REFERENCES    27
  APPENDIX    28
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CONCLUSION
Imagery is the representation of the picture, movement, sound, internal sensations, heat or cold, feel, smell and taste in language, and is perceived by appealing to the addressee’s senses. Therefore, eight types of imagery are distinguished: visual, kinesthetic, auditory, thermal, olfactory, tactile, gustatory and organic. However, ‘imagery [..] may involve no sensory at all, sometimes suggesting nothing more than a recurrent abstract idea like justice or grace or evil’ (Mitchel, 1984:507), thus in this study a ninth type of imagery, abstract imagery, is distinguished.
Illustrations also have a part in evoking imagery. They provide visual stimulation and assist in the telling of stories by clarification and attracting readers’ attention. The relationships between the text and the illustration can be described from syntactic and semantic perspective.
In “The Slippery Slope” by Lemony Snicket, all types of imagery are represented, visual imagery being dominant by constructing thirty percent of the total amount of imagery found in the novel. It is followed by kinesthetic (22%), auditory (19%) and organic imagery (10%). However, as Mitchel has pointed out, ‘mental images don’t seem to be exclusive visual [or auditory, kinesthetic etc.] […] they include all senses’ (Mitchel, 1984:507). In “The Slippery Slope” different types of imagery often overlap. Illustrations as well are used not only to illustrate some passage evoking visual imagery, but also kinesthetic imagery.
Imagery in “The Slippery Slope” is evoked by different figures of speech not only mere descriptions. The most used stylistic devices are epithets (45%), similes (12%) and metaphors (7%).
Imagery in “The Slippery Slope” is used not only for stylistic purpose, but also to reinforce the theme of the novel, i.e., “When the villain attempts to kidnap and murder the siblings, they realize that even their parents had secrets and that their youngest sister is grown up enough to stand for herself”. …

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