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Pedagogical Stylistic Analysis of Qasira Shahraz’s A Pair of Jeans
This research paper intends to find the effectiveness of pedagogical stylistics in the development of English language skills. This research also concerns the implementation of tools of pedagogical stylistics in teaching literature and how these are helpful in developing English language skills. This paper provides analysis of the short story A Pair of Jeans and this analysis is made up to find the word categories, vocabulary and figure of speech. This study also shows the importance of short stories and how this genre makes a student efficient in reading, writing, listening and speaking English. Finally, this paper concludes that the tools of pedagogical stylistics enhance the ability of students to analyze and interpret the literary text and its contribution in the classroom.
M. Phil Scholar, Department of Linguistics & Literature, Qurtuba University of Science and Information Technology, Peshawar (D. I. Khan Campus), KP, Pakistan
Dr. Saira Maqbool
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Dr. Afsheen Salahuddin
Visiting Faculty Member, Department of Elementary and Teacher Education, LCWU, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Figure of Speech, Language Skills, Literary Text, Pedagogical Stylistic, Short Stories