analepsis


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analepsis, analepsy

Obsolete, a form of epileptic attack.
See also: Disease and Illness
Obsolete, recovery of strength after an illness. See also food and nutrition.
See also: Strength and Weakness
Obsolete, the nutrition of an emaciated body.
See also: Food and Nutrition
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En el plano de la historia se observa una abundancia de interpolaciones, rupturas temporales, analepsis y prolepsis para detallar la vida de los personajes y el proceso de creacion de la revista.
A la Prolepsis se agrega la Analepsis, de modo que hay una determinacion anticipatoria y una retroalimentacion correctiva de los actos perceptuales.
Hence, it should not surprise us that we find in So I Am Glad a highly self-conscious narration, a complex story-web that unfolds itself by means of prolepsis and analepsis. Actually, the fragmentary style of the narration mirrors the narrator-character's state of mind and her psychological processes: "This story will, among other things, form a record of various cuts" (Kennedy, SIAG 10).
The narrative time being exterior analepsis, thus they are about events that does not fall within the main storyline.
Una vez malogrado su proyecto de una despedida factica, el nino pasara entonces a un proyecto nuevamente discursivo, con el consiguiente cambio de niveles narrativos: de la metalepsis a la analepsis.