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This amplificatio, a disturbing glimpse into Tarquin's mind, is a Shakespearean innovation developed from just a "few brief hints" in Ovid's Fasti (Bate 1993, 70).
The Roman is in fact a translator who chooses the figure of amplificatio.
Saucier also identifies the ways Sigebert drew on the classical and medieval rhetoric of civic promotion in his vitae, imitating civic odes, employing rhetorical devices like amplificatio, and incorporating local poetry and panegyric.
I have found a very similar story from the 11th century in Arabic (discussed below) but it does not contain any reference to an act of necrophilia, even though it is possible to propose that it underwent a process of amplificatio that led to the version that was translated in this text.
Brooks clearly believes that narrative works characterized by amplificatio exercise and attract scholarship because of their unrivaled ability to represent the structures of time--"it is no accident," he insists.
7) Clemen especially foregrounds how Marlowe disrupts "the static pattern of the old rhetorical structure and the old methods of rationalistic analysis" (8) found in the rhetorical set speeches of earlier drama, and develops speeches driven by a expansive use of amplificatio and a setting free of the poetic imagination: "It is no longer mere rhetoric which is responsible for the heightening effect, but imagination" (119).
Mariner traduit ee passage en employant une eurieuse teehnique, qu'il utilise plusieurs fois au cours de loeuvre, a savoir, une amplificatio qui consiste en un redoublement: traduire la forme grecque et en meme temps maintenir celle-ci dans le texte.
Con respecto al bestiario femenino, si en la correspondiente amplificatio conceptista de Quevedo se acumulan aguilas, serpientes, aranas, caballos, ballenas, cornejas, urracas y grifos, entre otros animales verdaderos y fantasticos, en la escritura lopesca desfilan especialmente caballos, jabalies, gallos, aguilas, serpientes, perros, gansos y arpias.
En efecto, considera que esta tiene caracteristicas que la diferencian de la de Alfonso de Cartagena, en especial en lo que se refiere a los cortes, los agregados, las apelaciones al lector y el uso de la amplificatio (7).
A ello se suma el fundamental recurso de la evidentia (que implica "poner todo delante de los ojos del lector") que subyace a la descripcion analitica, la amplificatio y la enumeracion hiperbolica de todo lo que hay y se vende en el mercado de Tlatelolco, configurando entonces un catalogo--al que, justo es decirlo, toda descripcion tiende--que inventaria lo que conquistara.
Todo este discurso echa mano del recurso retorico que se conoce como amplificatio (amplificacion), que se basa mas en la movilidad de los afectos que en las argumentaciones.
Cascardi dedicates much of this chapter to the rhetorical devices of abbreviatio and amplificatio, about which he writes: "these two opposing concerns are continuously at work in Cervantes: concerns over discursive constraint are counterbalanced by the force of a discourse that is astoundingly varied, productive, and fertile; but by the same token 'copious' language can only be effective if it is restrained" (248).