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LITERARY FIGURES Are expressions and phrases that are used in a non-traditional way and that give words special connotations, either to highlight a concept or to make the discourse more eloquent. There are 6 different types of literary figures, namely : TION FIGURES 4 GROUPS : TRANSFORMATION FIGURES , REPEAT FIGURES , OMISSION FIGURES , ORDER FIGURES 4 GROUPS : 1 . BIMEMBRATION , 2 . QUIASMO , 3 . HYPERBATON, 4 . RETRUCANO REPEAT FIGURES 12 GROUPS : 1 . ALITERATION , 2 . ANAFORA, 3 . ANADIPLOSIS , 4 . CONCATENATION , 5 . EPANADIPLOSIS , 6 . EPIPHORIA, 7. PARALLELISM, 8 . PLEONASMO , 9 . POLIPOTE , 10 . PARANOMASIA , 11 . POLISINDETON, 12 . REDAPPULATION THINKING FIGURES 8 GROUPS : 1 . AMPLIFICATION FIGURES, 2 . ACCUMULATION FIGURES , 3 . LOGICAL FIGURES , 4 . [DEFINITION FIGURES , 5 . OBLIQUE FIGURES[/E - , 6 . DIALOG FIGURES, 7 . DIALECTICAL FIGURES OR ARGUMENTATION FIGURES , 8 . SIGNIFICADOFIGURED FICTION FIGURES 11 GROUPS : 1 . ALLEGORY 2 . ANTITESIS OR CONTRAST , 3 . APOSTROPHE, 4. CALAMBUR, 5 . HYPERBOLE, 6. METAPHOR, 7. ONOMATOPEYA , [8 . E]PARADOJA , 9 . PERSONIFICATION, 10 . SIMIL , 11 . QUAINT SINESTFIGURES 6 groups : 1 . TOPOGRAPHY , 2 . CRONOGRAPHY , 3 . PROSOPOGRAPHY , 4 . ETOPEYA , 5 . THE PORTRAIT, 6. SELF-PORTRAIT

  




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Literary Figure : noun with which life, name and role are given to the fictional character who is supposed to act as the protagonist in the story, in the story or in the fable. The concept of Figure is often confused with Form, which is idiom or way of using one or more words to refer to a different matter, figuratively. Example of Literary Figure : Don Quixote , the prophet Jonah , King Arthur, Popeye the sailor, The Colonel, The Rooster Claudius. Example of literary forms : Metaphor , Analogy , Hyperbole , Retruécano , Gradation , Apostrophe , Calambur , Allegory , Hyperbole , Irony , Paradox , Oxymoron , Onomatopoeia , Sinesthesis , Pleonasm , Perimfrasis , Etopeya , Prosopography , Polysindeton , Ellipsis , Antithesis , Assndeton , Description, Quiasmo . MODISMOS are not Figures although many Figures are used as Idioms in literature and colloquial language. Example of Modism : Alias , which is used to indicate the nickname or pseudonym of the character or Literary Figure . In some regions, the "alias" is a derogatory idiom, because it is used to suggest that it is a criminal.

  


Matilde Sáez

LITERARY FIGURES are the resources that the writer uses to enrich his work, for example metaphor, comparison, personification, etc.

  



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