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flashback

a transition in a novel, film, etc., to an earlier scene or event

flashback

[′flash‚bak]
(civil engineering)

flashback

A reversal of flame in a system that is counter to the usual flow of the combustible mixture.
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If Genette defines completing analepsis as "retrospective selections that fill in, after the event, an earlier gap in the narrative" (51), it is notable that the instance occurring between the two em dashes is itself incomplete, in terms of the level of detail the reader received in other parts of the story.
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.
A pesar de esta diferencia crucial, el efecto amenazante y opresivo del flasback de la pelicula de Tourneur o de las analepsis en la novela de Valenzuela es el mismo y responde a la misma "vocacion [.
En ese sentido, en la linea del tiempo de la produccion, no hablamos de analepsis o prolepsis, sino de precuelas y secuelas.
El preterito inaugura una analepsis "externa" a la accion dramatica, (7) en tanto que presenta eventos anteriores al presente dramatico como la fundacion de Tebas a manos de Cadmo, el nacimiento de Layo, el oraculo de Apolo, el incesto.
Las anacronias se presentan en forma de analepsis y prolepsis.
Las escasas prolepsis y analepsis presentes en la obra estan perfectamente entrelazadas con los acontecimientos a los que remite el presente diegetico, sin que se perciban desajustes temporales significativos.
Despite the fact that the central events of Member take place over only four days, McCullers repeatedly employs analepsis, the evocation after the fact of events that occurred earlier in the story.
Asimismo, es destacable el juego con el tiempo: el tiempo de la historia y el del discurso no coinciden, la narracion comienza in media res y se hace uso de la analepsis para completar la informacion faltante.
The tense change in the description of the childhood experience can be classified as a flashback or analepsis (Simpson, 2004, p.
Aporia, chance, contretemps, belatedness, delayed reactions, syncopation, prolepsis and analepsis and their like, are endemic.
8-9 of Homer's telling of a short episode but including the whole span of the war by means of analepsis and prolepsis, becomes in Or.