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All 21 books were originally published by Hodder & Stoughton Limited. BIOGRAPHY Fifty years ago, I was an avid reader of Enid Blyton's Famous Five books. pdf. Reading Book Enid Blyton Famous Five Series, 21 Books Box Collection Again:) By Sumbeela Ahmed Fond memories associated with all these books. Julian, Dick and Anne are brothers and sister, In the first book, Five on a Treasure Island, . Even after that you can save it as a "pdf copy" to enjoy reading PDF . it was a wonderful experience reading all famous five series. thanks a million.

Although the British National Corpus contains a variety of written texts e. Both specialized and general corpora were converted and uploaded into Wmatrix and AntConc programs.

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On the lexical level, both Wmatrix and AntConc can generate keywords which refer to lexical items that occur with a signiicantly higher frequency positive keywords or with a signiicantly lower frequency negative keywords in a collection of texts when compared with a larger reference corpus.

Keywords are important to search for a particular relevance to literary themes and gender representation and help to explain what characterizes particular discourses Adolphs, The application of Wmatrix and AntConc throughout the study is to generate empirical data to help answer both research questions as meticulous as possible. The Famous Five is a classic literature which is compulsory for literary scholars to discuss its eminent theme recounted by the author; therefore, Wmatrix serves this purpose as it can generate information about thematic categorizations.

However, the Antconc program is also needed to generate information about collocations that will spell out gender representation of male and female characters. Information gained from both programs will be investigated and analyzed based on both quantitative and qualitative methods. Log-likelihood statistics is chosen for this study because of the fact that the data collection is relatively small when compared with the reference corpus and that it places more emphasis on lexical words, rather than grammatical words, Baker, which relate to contents and thematic features in narrative ictions.

The cut-off value of this research will be set at Results and Discussion The results can be divided into two parts in response to research questions one and two respectively. The irst part will be the results retrieved from Wmatrix program which will be used to explicate thematic categorizations.

The second part will be the results retrieved from the Vol. Part 1: Wmatrix Regarding the thematic categorizations provided by USAS Tagging in Figure 1, it shows key semantic ields along with their Log-likelihood value with cut-off value at It is established as one of the means to acquaint main characters to children and to make the readers feel close to individual characters.

The second highest value demonstrates 83 Vol. He climbed int C3 ine! George looked at h C4 lly!

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Wi C5 eorge looked at him and her eyes shone too, as bright as the sea itself C6 ne. It was so magniicent. The lightning tore the sky in half almost every C7. The others followed. The light from the torch showed a very quee C9 uted back George, her blue eyes shining dangerously.

I alwa C11rs to the two artists, her eyes gleamed angrily. Julian shone his torch in front of him, and a C14 n to the study. For example, C1 denotes the signiicance of sunlight as a time indicator and C8 shows the usefulness of light torch while being in the darkness. The irst literary theme suggests that there would always be a solution or exit to every problem.

The theme construes the genre of the series as detective ictions, where all characters brainstorm for ideas to seek the way out of predicaments. It is notable that the concordances and thematic categorization could serve as a means to seek for literary themes. Figure 2 demonstrates positive overused and negative underused keywords. Positive keywords are such words or phrases that are frequently uncommon, whereas negative keywords are those of infrequently uncommon.

Personal names are overused mostly throughout the series, especially those of the protagonists e. George, Julian and the antagonist Mr. While there is a tendency of dominant features of personal names in positive keywords, the negative keywords reveal that the series contain less use of relative pronouns e.

This could substantiate that the narrative consists of simple, rather than complex, sentences and it serves the purpose as a reading selection for children. Kinship is not highlighted because the story is focused on the friendship assured among the group and this is the story of children who come from different background.

Figure 2: Positive and Negative Keywords Log-likelihood Value Keywords can be ranged from a word to phrases and Wmatrix can generate multi-word expressions results as well. These multi-word expressions are deemed promising as to emphasize literary themes discussed.

Hur C7 soon as we yawn. I did want to go down on the beach for a while. The children stared at one another, feeling sorry and dismayed.

Come on down at once and see it. Georgina C12 here to be seen, although she had come on the station platform with Anne. As soon as he knew they were asleep he got u C15 quite happy on my own. Two male characters Julian and Dick and two female characters Georgina and Anne are at the center of attention. Julian and Georgina are two protagonists that propel the plot throughout the series; therefore these two characters are intriguing to scrutinize how the author particularly uses her word choice.

AntConc is particularly used to generate concordances and collocates among male and female characters. AntConc can also calculate the tokens of the search words. When compared with Julian, George speaks less than almost ifty percent.

Unlike Julian, the male protagonist, George has been equally addressed.

Interestingly, Timothy, the male dog, is addressed more often than Dick and Anne. This empirical evidence proves that the animal can be seen as more important than both Dick and Anne because its name was repeated a higher number of times. AntConc can generate data of concordance and collocation analyses which are considered crucial for a comparison between male and female characters. Positive traits of the male characters are described as being active, logical, dependable, and respectful, while their negative traits are associated with being disagreeable, unsuccessful and furious.

Foregrounded with the positive and negative traits, readers may have a particular impression of male characters through a variety of lexical items employed; however, collocations provide empirical evidence to conirm how that impression can be formed through a given set of words. Although some words are positive e. The female characters are represented as weak, unhappy, inactive, submissive and illogical. She had always vowed that she never, never would take an C3in the kennel?

She would die of unhappiness! She turned to Julian and Dick. She smiled unwillingly. She was always je C5disliked her, or whom she disliked, she shied away like a frightened horse - and kicked like C6Anne thought she was the prettiest doll she had ever seen C7 hands were still so tightly tied. But she persevered. She grew so tired that she had to C8 came into her sharp little mind. With an impish grin she turned back. She pulled the door C9 came to the conclusion that she was grieving about Timmy.

As George and Julian are two main protagonists of the series, collocates of both characters will be scrutinized and compared. This span, we discover, comprises more variety of lexis verbs, adjectives and adverbs than any other span positions. C1 bit rushed to its burrow.

He C3 said Anne, shaking her. George shrugged away crossly, not believing her. Timmy, stay here. We C5 George was just about to answer crossly when Anne gave an exclamation. Roland, who expels Timmy out of the house in C4. Because of the fact that the word has been used extensively as key in the story, George is perceived as a headstrong and impatient character. Having the highest value of 6.

Could there possibly be anything in C3 eyes gleaming. The word may relate to inactiveness or idleness that the character conveys throughout the series. The word does not relate much to negative attribute, but rather on the way that the character uses his verbal and non-verbal acts with lack of enthusiasm or with contentment during the conditions given.

How marvellous! Julian thought lazily that they were really lucky to have such we C4 the cool breeze and get dry. She is the youngest person who needs protection and she becomes easily frightened of and anxious about unexpected determination and adventures. Regarding the collocation analysis in Table 5, it is clearly shown that the list of collocates is different from that of George and Vol.

C1 like Tim, when Mr. Anne giggled. The others stared at MrLuffy, wondering C4 who thought she was sitting on a volcano.

No, honestly, Mr. You might tell him C6 , putting on a face exactly like the twins.

They all followed the twins, who were dre C1 in a temper. The C2 be drowned, will he?

A comparison of collocations among the three major characters can reveal intriguing information about their differences in terms of language and gender. Collocations of Julian reveal how he is represented as a dependable and cherished igure among the group as he becomes thoughtful when it comes to a inal decision. Conclusions and Recommendations As with language, gender and themes in The Famous Five, this study aims to apply corpus-based approaches to substantiate what literary critics have discussed.

Corpus-based analyses can give empirical evidence to support two literary themes: adventures and mysteries and gender representation. AntConc generates different sets of collocations among the three characters and shows that Julian, a male character, is inclined to be dependable, treasured and thoughtful and that female characters comprise two polarities.

George, or Georgina, as a tomboy, is rather emotional and outspoken, whereas Anne is passive, innocent and delighted. As opposed to conventional methodology of stylistics teaching, corpus stylistics can lead to pedagogical implications in terms of lexical bundles and phraseology through the lens of holistic and objective viewpoint.

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I shouldn't think he'd want the children messing about in his little house. Fanny said that she would be quite glad if she could hear of one or two people to live with her for a while, to bring a little money in. Their house is by the sea, you know. It might be just the thing for the children. Fanny is very nice- she would look after them well. How old would she be?

About eleven, I should think. She must be jolly lonely all by herself. I've got Julian and Anne to play with- but Georgina is just one on her own.

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I should think she'd be glad to see us. It would help Fanny, I'm sure, and Georgina would love to have someone to play with in the holidays. And we should know that our three were safe. It would be fun to go to a place they had never been to before, and stay with an unknown cousin.George must be sound asleep. Although the British National Corpus contains a variety of written texts e.

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It argues that Anne, Dick, George and Julian are caricatures rather than characters, portraying Anne as having no life outside of domestic labour. In one such strip, Jack Black actually murders a group of young detectives clearly based on The Famous Five so they won't compete with him for a reward. I can't see any harm. Anthony, L.

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Concordancing in stylistics teaching.