TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HOMEOTELEUTON»
The term «homeoteleuton» is barely ever used and occupies the 196.623
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOTELEUTON»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to homeoteleuton
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Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies
11) 11.429b-31a KD suggest homeoteleuton at caesura. 12) 12.55-57a KD
suggest homeoteleuton and following Latin tag ("soules" 54 and "soule" 57). 15)
13-l64-71a KD allege homeoteleuton: "bee . . . how" 163; "bow . . . bei" 171 as
well as ...
W. S. Hill, Edward M. Burns, 2002
Cicero's Accretive Style: Rhetorical Strategies in the ...
The opening cum clause of the sentence begins with confident and lively
alliterative effects (tot tantisque) to which Cicero also adds word play (adfectus
atque adflictus) and an internal rhyming scheme and homeoteleuton (
Diccionario básico de recursos expresivos
Fernando Marcos Álvarez. holofrasis. Vid. holofrase. homeioteleut0n. Vid.
homeoteleuton 1. homeoarquía. Homofonía* que se produce entre los sonidos
iniciales de dos o más palabras ...
Fernando Marcos Álvarez, 2012
Narrating the Law: A Poetics of Talmudic Legal Stories
56. This term is based on the Greek krabatos. 57. An etymologically Chaldean
term. 58. Munich, Vatican 111, and the Spanish print edition have different
versions here. 59. Ox. Opp. 248 (367) has a homeoteleuton here until the next
The Invention of Jesus: How the Church Rewrote the New Testament
But someone just reading the copy above, without access to the exemplar, could
only conclude that this was an example either of homeoteleuton or homioarcton.
As with errors of homeoteleuton, homioarctons can also be corrected in one of ...
Peter Cresswell Author, 2013
Traditions and Renewals: Chaucer, the Gawain-poet, and Beyond
The second syllable of the double rhyme pleiyng I costeiyng (133- 34),
corresponding to esbanoiant I costoiant, is a homeoteleuton in which the native
ending of the participle is substituted for the French ending; there is also a simple
Tangled Up in Text: Tefillin and the Ancient World
While Milik had suggested homeoteleuton as a possible cause for the omitted
text, in the case of 4QPhyl B (as well as 4QMez C), Alexander Rofé subsequently
took issue with the possibility.81 The latter proceeded to provide an explanation ...
Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory
... rames; N'heures souris rames; and Morder Guss Reims. See NONSENSE.
homeoteleuton. (Gk 'similarity of endings') A term first used by Aristotle in
Rhetoric. It has two basic meanings: (a) a figure consisting of a series of words
The Time that Remains: A Commentary on the Letter to the Romans
... introduced rhyme into modern Western poetry (according to Wilhelm Meyer,
rhyme has Semitic origins), rhyme is born from classical rhetoric, specifically from
homeoteleuton (or homoioteleuton), which defines the figure we call parallelism.
Virginia Woolf: strategist of language
Homeoteleuton, however, is virtually always successful, that is rhyming of ends of
words, many of which are unstressed. Some of these structures appear to be
experiments, in which Virginia Woolf used homeoteleuton for a variety of aims ...
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