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Bernie Dalberice

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Bernie’s Selected Translation Work

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English (EN)assonance

Repetition of the same sound in words close to each other.

English (EN)assonance

Repetition of the same sound in words close to each other.

Literature; Literary techniques

English (EN)euphemism

Substitution of an agreeable or at least non-offensive expression for one whose plainer meaning might be harsh or unpleasant.

English (EN)euphemism

Substitution of an agreeable or at least non-offensive expression for one whose plainer meaning might be harsh or unpleasant.

Literature; General literature

English (EN)archaism

The use of an older or obsolete form.

English (EN)archaism

The use of an older or obsolete form.

Literature; General literature

Portuguese, Brazilian (PB)aporia

Dificuldade lógica oriunda do fato de haver ou parecer haver razões iguais, tanto pró quanto contra uma dada proposição. Quando as duas razões parecem comprovantes, a aporia torna-se antinomia.

English (EN)aporia

Expression of doubt (often feigned) by which a speaker appears uncertain as to what he should think, say, or do.

Literature; Literary terms

English (EN)antithesis

Opposition, or contrast of ideas or words in a balanced or parallel construction.

English (EN)antithesis

Opposition, or contrast of ideas or words in a balanced or parallel construction.

Literature; Literary terms

English (EN)synchysis

Interlocked word order; confused arrangement of words.

English (EN)synchysis

Interlocked word order; confused arrangement of words.

Literature; Literary terms

English (EN)syllepsis

Use of a word with two others, with each of which it is understood differently.

English (EN)syllepsis

Use of a word with two others, with each of which it is understood differently.

Literature; Literary terms

English (EN)zeugma

Two different words linked to a verb or an adjective which is strictly appropriate to only one of them.

English (EN)zeugma

Two different words linked to a verb or an adjective which is strictly appropriate to only one of them.

Literature; Literary techniques

English (EN)prolepsis

The anticipation, in adjectives or nouns, of the result of the action of a verb; also, the positioning of a relative clause before its antecedent.

English (EN)prolepsis

The anticipation, in adjectives or nouns, of the result of the action of a verb; also, the positioning of a relative clause before its antecedent.

Literature; Literary techniques

English (EN)anthropomorphism

The describing of gods or goddesses in human forms and possessing human characteristics such as jealousy, hatred, or love.

English (EN)anthropomorphism

The describing of gods or goddesses in human forms and possessing human characteristics such as jealousy, hatred, or love.

Literature; Literary terms