Thinking that me no, Love, one remembers, reckless, it would rise, desire, to see to that me, by disdains, loses. That he is adventurous, if admits to me, use, hope of love, say, green, seeing that you to me, from so far, veo". (Lope de Vega, century XVII) 15. Hiprbole Exaggeration that leaves the reality, exaggerated consideration. Examples: I will break by force of arms a thick mount that another one did not break. (Gracilazo) Young, I want so much to you, Young, as much want to you that if removes to me I watch you to the eyes after the holes. (Popular Song) Sometimes it produces humorous effects: It lies in this slab lasts a so thin woman that in the case of a sword it was engaged in to the grave.
(Balthasar of Palace) rase a man to a stuck nose. (Francisco de Quevedo) a hyperbolic passage is, then, the one that raises an exaggerated reality, extreme. 16. Irony Is the way to make fun of of somebody or something, affirming the opposite seriously than it is wanted to give to understand. Rhetorical figure that consists of giving to understand the opposite than says (SAR, 1992). Examples: " Very good your accin".
We run to offer our adhesion and ours plcemes to the advisory, governing gentlemen and lieutenant governors of the banks that have expelled their personnel to consider like a breach of discipline the request of improvements. 17. Ltote ltote is a figure that presents/displays what it is said in the form of atenuadora negation: " That is not very bien" (= he is bad). (Carreter, 1995, 11). 18. Metaphor Is the stylistic resource that it consists of identifying a term with another one, with which has more or less common characteristics: " a" he is " b". It does not have to be confused with the comparison or resemblance, since in the case of the metaphor comparison does not exist, but identification of a term with another one.