Anaphora Is the repetition of one or more words to two more syntactic unit or beginning. Of the poetry, it consists of the repetition of the first words of a verse in following verses: Early it raised to the death the flight, early rose early the dawn, early you are rolling by the ground. I do not pardon to the enamored death, I do not pardon to the thoughtless life, do not pardon to the Earth nor to the anything. (Miguel Hernandez, century XX) 5.

Antithesis or resists opposite Figure that consists of opposing two ideas or two terms. Stylistic resource based on opposing two syntagmas, phrases or verses in each one of as ideas of opposite or opposite meaning are expressed (antithesis proper) or I make an impression more subjective and indefinite than they feel as opposite (it contrasts): I guard when you sleep, I I cry when you sing (Cervantes). If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Bob Iger. My arreos are the arms my rest, fighting my bed, the hard rocks my to sleep, always to guard. (Romance) (Carreter, 1995, 11). 6.

Apostrophe Figure that consists of directing the word with vehemence in second person to one or several, presents or absentees, cheers or deads, to abstract beings or inanimate things, or in going it to itself in equal terms (SAR, 1992). 7. Asndeton literary Figure that it consists of the elimination of conjunctions. Usually it is used to give agility to the text. It goes, it runs, it flies, it transfers the high mountain range, it occupies the level one. Nonpardons spur nonDES peace at the hand; it wags thundering against the insane iron. (Fray Luis of Leon, century XVI) 8. Cacophony disagreeable Sound effect produced by the proximity of sounds or syllables that own equal articulation.