Es ello consecuencia de que, si no ha habido dieciocho anos de prolepsis
, como en la obra de Priestley, ha habido las veinticuatro o las cuarenta y ocho horas suficientes para que nos enteremos los espectadores de que el autor del cuaderno de notas, que permitira a Maru encontrar su "tu ideal", se ha suicidado tirandose al canal por la misma ventana que suscitara la emocion profunda de la protagonista (Escartin Gual; Gonzalez de Garay, "Lecturas").
The videos also add a new dimension to the concept of prolepsis
that McPake and Plowman draw from Michael Cole's discussion in Cultural Psychology.
THE last figure of thought considered in this paper is prolepsis
, defined as "foreseeing and forestalling objections in various ways" (Lanham 120; Quintilian 9.2.16-18).
As one of the forms of anachrony discussed in his chapter on narrative order, Genette coins the term prolepsis
to describe "any narrative maneuver that consists of narrating or evoking in advance an event that will take place later" (40).
indicates that at the time of narration, the elastic barrier had already replaced the human starter with the whip whom Frederic recalls.
In the resumptive prolepsis
construction (Salzmann 2006), a bound pronoun agrees with the object of a van-PP ("of-PP") in gender, number and animacy, but not in the feature R:
Still, surprisingly, we suspend prolepsis
. We worry for Piper.
A particular strength of the close readings in Creolizing the Metropole is the discussion of the representational strategies used in the novels and films, and the ways these shape the identitarian discourses, for example Zadie Smith's use of analepsis and prolepsis
in White Teeth (2000) through which she "deconstructs the discursive structures and assumptions undergirding inscription of colonial history" (p.
Their teleological intellectual history, shaped to meet the problems of modernity, involves them in a "mythology of prolepsis
" that leads them to project hidden meanings into texts in terms of what "they themselves consider rational and even beneficent."