Stylistic Function of Occasional Words in Composition and Speech Patterns in Skaz “Levsha” (Left-Hander) by N.S. Leskov

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First-person narrative (skaz) as a special genre uses occasional words to characterize narrator’s speech. In Leskov’s “Levsha” (Left-Hander) occasional words show the attitude of the narrator towards what he describes, express more complicated shades of meaning rather than create a substandard speech pattern of the narrator.

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O S Novikova

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