Table: Language of Artwork

Inversion Violation of the usual word order, rearrangement of phrases “And languid virgins are directed // Attentive eyes are directed at you” (A. Pushkin)
Gradation Grouping a number of expressions in order of increasing or decreasing semantic or emotional significance “Not what you think, nature: // Not a cast, not a soulless face – / / There is a soul in it, there is freedom in it, // There is love in it, there is a language in it …” (F. I. Tyutchev )
Antithesis Opposition or juxtaposition of logically opposite concepts or images. Often used in title titles “They got together. Wave and stone, Poems and prose, ice and fire Not so different among themselves ”(AS Pushkin); titles: “War and Peace”, “Fathers and Sons”
Parallelism Uniform syntactic construction of sentences. Can be used as the basis for the composition of the work, to establish the similarity of the developing plot moves “The dog sleeps, the Sparrow sleeps …” (N. A. Zabolotsky); stories of Piskarev and Pirogov in “Nevsky Prospect” by N. V. Gogol
Skip (ellipsis) The absence of individual words, giving the phrase additional dynamism “Officer – from a pistol, Terkin – soft – with a bayonet” (A. T. Tvardovsky)
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