Euphemism Consists of using an expression or phrase that represents of nonoffensive form or bothers something that, this in its direct way, yes would offend or would bother. Smooth or decent manifestation of ideas whose straight line and frank expression would be hard or malsonante (SAR, 1992). Example: Where the back loses its name (rumps). 14. Hiprbaton Disorder of the sequence logic of the elements of the text. Trastrueca or dislocates the normal order of the oration or the phrase, that in Spanish is: subject + verb + complements of the verb, and determined + determinant.
When hiprbaton alters to too much the syntactic order, so that special attention is required to unravel the message, denominates hiprbaton violent. Hiprbaton characterizes very courteous periods of Spanish Literature, like the century XV (in which authors like Juan de Mena or Fernando de Rojas used frequently, among others) or the Baroque one. In this last period, the called style CulteranismooGongorismo supposed an authentic development for this rhetorical procedure thanks to the importance that conferred in its works the Cordovan poet to him Luis de Gngora from its poem Solitudes (1613). The purist ones as Lope de Vega reacted making fun of of the procedure in parodias humoristic of the same. Examples: Of the mount in the slope by my planted hand I have an orchard (Fray Luis of Leon, century XVI) Passages of a pilgrim they are nomadic whichever dictated verses sweet Musa in confused solitude, lost, inspired others to me.
(Luis de Gngora, Solitudes, 1613) In one to mop boiler fell. (Lope de Vega, gatomaquia, s. XVII) Ines, your beautiful ones already kill to me, eyes, and to the soul, they rob thoughts, mine, from that one sad, that they saw you, day, not so cruel, by your cause, angers. Your hair, prisons of love, red, with so, make me live, melancholy, that your fierce one, in my tears, porfa, will give of my, the account to God, despoliation.