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a transition in a novel, film, etc., to an earlier scene or event
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A reversal of flame in a system that is counter to the usual flow of the combustible mixture.
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This comparison reveals meaningful similarities in regards to plot and other stylistic devices (for example, the treatment of the narrative time: analepsis and prolepsis, etc.), corroborating definitively the placement of Pedro Salinas oeuvre within the frame of European avant-garde theater.
Whereas touch, with its memory-specific analepsis, offers an idealized representation of the socio-cognitive discernment captured by anagnorisis, the acts of recognition that fall under the lexical rubric of noesis are more closely aligned with the cognitive profile of smell.
Where the earlier presence of anticipatory prolepsis conveys connections between Rider's grief and the eventual lynching in section one, section two demonstrates the communal rescripting of Rider's death through the retrospective anachrony Genette terms "analepsis": an "evocation after the fact of an event that took place earlier than the point in the story where we are at any given moment" (40).
Tanto en el marco del engano en el pacto conyugal como en el ambito de la trampa en el casino, observamos que la trampa adquiere la forma de una elipsis a punto de tornarse en analepsis (cf.
The text opens with a quick analepsis describing when and how Fiona proposed to Grant, and the narrative swiftly goes forward and takes us to the moment when Fiona is getting ready to depart for the nursing home.
Specific context 65-69 is a case of simultaneous analepsis and paralipsis.
El relato de Cueto, dividido en quince partes, (11) recurre permanentemente a la analepsis, ofreciendo una descripcion mas detallada de los personajes y sus respectivos pasados si lo comparamos con el texto de Borges.
This obsession has lasted three decades, which Woolf weaves into the narrative with analepsis. The Dasein of Clarissa and her potentialities are abstracted by windows or mirrors, frames in which, the perspective of a constructed moment can be suspended in time.