By Yehia Abd El Azeem
On the alert of a transitional stage-direction therefore from the fiction of narrative didascalia to a non-fiction of its meta-textuality, discrepancies appertaining the metaphoricity of its dialogical rhetoric are as a result of be rehearsed in among semiotic topographies, and then the non-dialogic rhetoric should be timed. because the meta-textual metaphorical attractiveness of
dramatis personae in sleek drama is apparently subjective to the omniscient rhetorical approach to narration by way of advantage of unreliable representational comparison of signifiers (between what readers polarize through the prelocutionary strength of dramatis personae opposed to the descriptive prolonged allegory of the writer) a syntactic “identity” turns out to were traditionally repressed; which, notwithstanding it can be well-known as a conceptual metaphor - concerning the certainty of 1 thought, or as a conceptual area, when it comes to one other - it proposes so much essentially a chronological shift of symptoms diverse from these in a given textual content. Such chronology does appear to lurk among the diegesis of inference and the mimesis of reference that every one jointly look forward to a centripetal duality of rhetorical augmentation in didascalia itself (away from a given functionality) that allows a meta-textual liberation of lexical heterodiegtic directions.
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