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The Author’s Modality and Sctratificational Structure of a Literary Text in Modern English

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Any literary text irrespective of its genre or trend represents a  unique and aesthetic image of the world, created by the author according to his  communicative intention and his subjective modality. Hence, the subjective is the  organizing axis of a literary work, for, in expressing his vision of the world, the  author represents reality in the way that he considers to be most fitting. The  interaction and co-existence of subjective and objective factors find their  realization in the stratificational structure of the text, i.e. in its multi-layered  constitution. The interdisciplinary methodology of research, employed in the  article involves some essential data of the theory of literature, linguo-stylistics,  text interpretation and linguo-pragmatics.

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