Coherence through Katherine Mansfield’s Miss Brill

Dunya Muhamed Miqdad

Abstract


This study includes an analysis of coherence to one of the famous short stories of Katherine Mansfield “Miss Brill”. The paper tries to define coherence and what to follow in order to understand how a text is coherent. In fact, it is not a condition that a cohesive text must be coherent and vice versa. Each relation is found and possible to be analyzed according to different models and to totally different criteria. Therefore, the researcher attempts to analyze the short story according to a mixed model: that of Van Dijk and that of Winter.


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International Journal of English Linguistics   ISSN 1923-869X (Print)   ISSN 1923-8703 (Online)

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