Renaissance

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Beatus ille "carpe diem" locus amoenus "ideal feminine beauty-ubi sunt homo viator-tempus fugit
Rhetorical question: developing a question for which no response is expected
Enjambment: the end of a line does not coincide with the end of a syntactic unit, the sentence continues in the following verse
Hyperbaton: altered logical order of words in a sentence
Hyperbole: exaggeration disproportionate
Oda: Composition poetic tone and theme cult high. It is written in praise of something or someone
Eclogue: compositions opal whose protagonists are pastors who talk about their loves and hates in a locus amoenus
Silva: The combination of verses 7 and 11 syllables a taste of the author
Manriqueña couplet: formed by two 8th 8b4c8a8b4c sextuplet, also called broken-standing couplet used by Jorge Manrique
Lira: combination of verses 7 and 11 syllables 7th 11B7a7b11B
Renaissance lyric verse-use of 11 together with the 8 (marques de Santillana, Juan Boscono, garcilaso)-lira-chained triplets ABA BCB CDC-octave real-silva-sonnet ABABABCC ABBA ABBA CDE DCE-sensory metaphors and epithets
Topics-love classical mythology (vital impulse of the poet)-feminine beauty ideal "carpe diem" Beatus ille locus amoenus
Poetry mystical and ascetic

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