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Practical Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis of Contemporary African Fiction: A Critical Discourse-Womanist Approach is an innovative guiding book. It combines together SFL, CDA and Womanist theories to provide a multimodal space for contextualizing the construal of contemporary African fiction. This is a five chapter-golden window appealing to scholars, lecturers, researchers, postgraduate and graduate students. With its practical analyses of the process types, mood, adjuncts and modality, theme-rheme, paratactic, hypotactic and rankshift elements in two novels authored respectively by a…mehr

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Practical Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis of Contemporary African Fiction: A Critical Discourse-Womanist Approach is an innovative guiding book. It combines together SFL, CDA and Womanist theories to provide a multimodal space for contextualizing the construal of contemporary African fiction. This is a five chapter-golden window appealing to scholars, lecturers, researchers, postgraduate and graduate students. With its practical analyses of the process types, mood, adjuncts and modality, theme-rheme, paratactic, hypotactic and rankshift elements in two novels authored respectively by a male and a female writers, all the linguistic ingredients have been scrutinized for a proper understanding and digestion of African fiction. Written in English, the timing of this book cannot be overemphasized. Obviously, this is a genuine linguistic tools which comes to fill a gap: that of meeting the needs of the readership as a whole.
Autorenporträt
Born on December 27, 1978, Ashani Michel Dossoumou holds a Doctorate degree in Linguistics applied to Literature (DLing) from the University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC°? Benin. He capitalizes 18 year-experience in international conferences interpreting. Presently, he is Lecturer of Applied English Linguistics, and Contrastive French-English Stylistics.