Fray Luis

Example: And djame dying I do not know what that is stammering (San Juan de la Cruz, Spiritual Song, century XVI) 9. Elipsis consisting of literary Figure the deliberate omission of some part of the text. Figure of construction, that consists of omitting in oration one or more words, necessary for the straight grammar construction, but not so that it is clear sense (SAR, 1992). 10. Enjambment Is a poetic effect that consists of cutting an unfinished phrase at the end of the verse, and to continue it in the following verse.

Two types exist: the smooth enjambment (in that as soon as the unit of the phrase when cutting it is broken) and abrupt or the steep one (in which it is let feel that cut violently). When the steep enjambment occupies three syllables less or, braquistiquio is denominated, and serves to emphasize or to emphasize the meaning of an expression between two strong pauses. Example: Well like the knotted holm oak, in stop risco lopped with powerful axe of being broken delhierro, returns rich and made an effort (Fray Luis of Leon, century XVI) 11. Epanadiplosis Consiste of repeating, to the aim of a verse, clause or phrase, the same word with which begins: I want verte and tenerte eternally, I want With you to be fused in the forgetfulness and to disappear with you, Only that I want, nothing else, only. 12. Epteto the epteto or ornamental adjective is that one that is placed habitually before the noun to which it describes and it express an own quality or inherent to this or intrinsically ligature to him, so that he is ornamental, it does not add any information and the noun meaning of or redundancy is perceived rather like a species of intensification of (tame lamb, fierce lion). It is a Renaissance resource of strictly literary use and as they used it to Garcilaso like expression of his platonic idealismo, with the intention to create an artistic reality superior to the mere reality: Green meadow of fresh full shade (Garcilaso of the Fertile valley, century XVI) the adjective phrases and the appositions is used sometimes like eptetos, for example, the used ones frequently in Homeric poems.

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