epanalepsis


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epanalepsis

(ɪˌpænəˈlɛpsɪs)
n
(Rhetoric) rhetoric the repetition, after a more or less lengthy passage of subordinate or parenthetic text, of a word or clause that was used before
[C16: from Greek, from epi- + ana- + lēpis taking, from lambanein to take up]
ˌepanaˈleptic adj

epanalepsis

repetition of the same word or phrase after other words have intervened.
See also: Rhetoric and Rhetorical Devices

epanalepsis

Repetition of a word or clause previously used after a long passage or digression.
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Noun1.epanalepsis - repetition after intervening words
repetition - the repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device
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symploce (initial and final repetition together) and epanalepsis (repetition at peripheries).
Por lo tanto, se trata de una epanalepsis o geminacion, figura retorica empleada por los editores para indexar los numerosos poemas de Poemas humanos de la misma condicion.
Sirva de ejemplo el fragmento de muro que se muestra a continuacion, en pocas lineas utiliza abundantes figuras: metafora, interrogacion retorica, sinecdoque, pleonasmo, hiperbaton, epanalepsis y personificacion.
Y a la serie de anaforas la sucede una serie de epanalepsis, otra figura retorica de repeticion muy usada por el: "donde estes/si es que estas/si estas llegando".
A los procedimientos del primer grupo, es decir, el grupo de la anulacion (o suspension) paradojica de limites narrativos, en nuestra modelizacion les hemos dado el nombre de silepsis y epanalepsis, respectivamente.
He draws on the rhetorical figures of epanalepsis and ploche with the repetition of "I" in "I care not, I," and is a master of hyperbole as he declares the consequences of Anne's imagined speech to be "[b]eggary, shame, death, scandal, and reproach--," a climax to the parison of his final rhyming couplet in which he declares he will "hazard all" for Anne, live for her, and die in her love.
Concerning the figures, they paid attention to the epizeuxis, anadiplosis, climax, anaphora, epistrophe, epanalepsis, epanados, paronomasia, and polyptoton.
Within the space of two pages, we can encounter anaphora, epistrophe, epanalepsis, anadiplosis, and pocketa-pocketa-queep.
Sunt autem multae schematum species, sed eminentiores hae: prolepsis, zeugma, hypozeuxis, sylepsis, anadiplosis, anafora, epanalepsis, epizeuxis, paronomasia, schesis onomaton, paromoeon, homoeoteleuton, homoeoptoton, poliptoton, hirmos, polisindeton, dialyton.