Stylistic is a branch of applied linguistics

Stylistic is a branch of applied linguistics, originated as a way of applying linguistic to a literary text. Style has also defined as the description and analysis of the forms of linguistic items in actual language use. According to Freeman (1971), stylistics is a sub-discipline which started in the second half of the 20th century. Furthermore, Leech and Short (1981), identifies stylistic is the study of style, in rarely undertaken for its sake, plainly as an exercise in describing what use is made of language. According to them, the central objective of stylistic is to discover the meanings and appreciate the linguistics characteristic of text. Generally speaking, style may regarded as a choice of linguistic means; as a deviation from a norm; as recurrence of linguistic forms; and as a comparison (Weber, 1996).