Nasrullah Mambrol

Literariness is an open access collection of notes inviting everyone to explore the unfathomable English Language, Literature, and Theory. Feel free to discover and share knowledge.
Contributor: Nasrullah Mambrol
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  1. something seems to have happened to the grammar of the text here:

    ….as Viktor Shklovsky described, is to estrange or defamiliarize, by medium. The primary aim of literature, in thus foregrounding its linguistics disrupting the modes of ordinary linguistic discourse, literature strange” the world of everyday perception, and renews the readers’ lost capacity for fresh sensation.

    could you please rewrite it as it should be?

    Thanks

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  2. Thanks a lot Donna..
    It should have been
    ….The primary aim of literature, in thus foregrounding its linguistic medium, as Viktor Shklovsky described, is to estrange or defamiliarize. By disrupting the modes of ordinary linguistic discourse, literature “makes strange” the world of everyday perception, and renews the readers’ lost capacity for fresh sensation.

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  3. Hi Nasrullah. I’m currently senior student in English Literature in Yeditepe University, Istanbul. I’d like to thank you for creating such a beneficial platform. It really helps me a lot. Stay blessed!

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  4. Thanks sir for providing this blog,full of so much knowledge.I am a student of english literature..found this page by chance and it seems really helpful .

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