STYLISTICS AND STYLE: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND RECENT TRENDS
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The branching off of stylistics in language science was indirectly the result of a long-established tendency of grammarians to confine their investigations to sentences, clauses and word-combinations which are "well-formed", to use a dubious term, neglecting anything that did not fall under the recognized and received standards. This tendency became particularly strong in what is called descriptive linguistics.
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