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The figures of thought

The figures of thought are: simile, antithesis, hyperbole, litota, graduations, irony, sarcasm, paradox, oskimoron ...




The figures of thought are: simile, antithesis, hyperbole, litota, graduations, irony, sarcasm, paradox, oskimoron ...
COMPARISON - occurs when one compares with something based on some common traits that regularly are not directly observable antithesis - a special kind of comparison that is based on inconsistent or contradictory. - Sit hungry does not believe. Sometimes the sentences in which it is associated syntactic parallelism: Constricted we had life, magnificent bješe my soul. JP Kamov: Ice fornication HIPERBOLE - a kind way of comparison. This figure is exaggeration to emphasize a certain attitude toward objects, phenomena, or birth, I told you a thousand times LITOTA - figure opposite hyperbola. Instead of exaggeration, it is reduced and softened because the first term replaces weak and negative and opposite : Will you be there badly. - meaning: I will be very good. GRADE - caused such a choice of words, images and thoughts that are causing a gradual strengthening or weakening of the initial ideas or thoughts: I gazed at you last night. In a dream. sad. Still. AG Matos: Consolation hair irony - poetic figure by contrast, thinks it actually the opposite of what it says. - Youre a wonderful friend! Sarcasm - harsh, bitter and biting taunt, usually in form of irony that completely disparages what irony: The Garden iMade our house: Ukraine stripes shrub, that playing in it the children forget about hunger and tears. D. Cesarić: Vagonaši paradox - figure in which it expresses a thought in itself seemingly contradictory or contrary to popular opinion or belief. paradox is usually in the form protuslovnog conclusion that, however, points to a deeper sense of what was said - I know that I know nothing Socrates. OKSIMORON - a special kind of paradox in which the merger creates a contradiction in terms a new concept or idea: wise folly, eloquent silence, etc.




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