Rhetoric -> Gestalt. Figure of Speech Law of Closure (Follows)

Rhetoric -> Gestalt.
Figure of Speech
Law of Closure (Follows)
 
Epenthesis, Interpositio The addition of a letter, sound, or syllable to the middle of a word, e.g. “cursorary” in lieu of “cursory”
 
Episynaloephe, Conglutinatio Blending two syllables together into one, the opposite of diaeresis
 
Mesarchia The repetition of the same word or words at the beginning and
 
Metathesis,Transposicio The transposition of letters within a word, e.g. “theatre” as “theater”
 
Paragoge, Preassumpcio The addition of a letter or syllable to the end of a word, e.g. “fabulouso”
 
Prothesis The addition of a letter or syllable to the beginning of a word, “A much we ate”
 
From: A classification of classics. Gestalt psychology and the tropes of rhetoric, Giorgio Baruchello
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