Patterns in Language

Patterns in Language
I. FRAMES OF LANGUAGE                   
A. verbal  
B. tonal  
C. Physical/kinetic  
II. PATTERNS OF VOICE
A. Tone of voice
1. Intonational frame
2. “Mystique”   of tone
a. attitude  
b. mood  
c. mode  
d. style  
B. Direct Address
1. Speaker/Listener writer/reader symmetry  
2. Point of view  
a. character  
b. role   playing
III. PATTERNS OF REPETITION 
A. rhythm  
1. prosody  
2. Literary usage
a. mode
  i. mime  
 ii. Prose  : words spoken
               
iii. Song  :  words sung
                      iv. Epos  :  words chanted
b. tone
  i. irony  
 ii. satire  
iii. wit  
iv. paradox  
3. Repetitive sound patterns
a. rhyme also rime  
b. alliteration  
               B. Vocabulary or lexicon  
                 1. Lexical devices
                   a. Diction   or word choice
                   b. usage  
                   c. idiom  
               C. syntax  
                 1. Syntactical devices
                   a. Basic statement patterns
                   b. Varieties of sentence   structure
                   c. clause   and combinations
                   d. Coordination
                   e. Parallelism
                   f. Juxtaposition
                   g. Emphasis
                   h. Subordination
                   i. Modification
                   j. Reference
                   k. Incomplete or noncomplete construction
               D. Rhetoric
                 1. Rhetorical devices
                   a. Definition
                   b. Classification
                   c. Exemplification
                   d. Comparison
                   e. Causal analysis (cause and effect)
                   f. Process analysis
                   g. Detailing
                   h. Illustration
                   i. Organization
                     i. chronological  
                    ii. spatial  
                   iii. logical  
                       (a). inductive  
                       (b). deduction  
            IV. PATTERNS OF MEANING
               A. Multiple meaning
                 1. Horizontal ambiguity 
                   a. verbal pluralism
                 2. Vertical ambiguity
                   a. abstractive  /concretive 
               B. Notational meaning
                 1. denote  
                 2. connotation  
                 3. majority, group meanings
                 4. minority, individual meanings
               C. etymology  
                 1. Meaning of verbal signs
                   a. historically
                   b. contextually
                   c. culturally
               D. Neologisms
                 1. focus on productivity of language through
                   a. “word coinage” or naming
             V. PATTERNS OF FIGURES
               A. trope  
                 2. analogy  
               B. metaphor  
                 1. Relational analysis
                   a. Simple/Directional relations A:B
                   b. Reciprocal/mutual relations A:B B:A
                   c. Wheel/Simultaneous relations AB
                 2. Rhetorical  analysis
                   a. Explosive
                      “in,small,qualitative” to “out,large, quantitative”
                   b. Implosive
                      “out, large, quantitative” to “in, small, qualitative”
                   c. Pulse
                      combination of explosive and implosive
               C. Images
                 1. Presentation to the senses
                   a. visual  
                   b. auditory  
                   c. kinetic (see above)
                   d. gustatory  
                   e. olfactory