Ecphrasis

(plural, ecphrases) A passage of literature or poetry in which the writer disrupts the narrative and
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Ecphrasis

a long description of something included in a text; for example in the Aeneid, there is a long ekphrasis of Dido`s walls detailing the Trojan War; in both the Iliad and the Aeneid, there are ekphrases of shields.
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ecphrasis

plain interpretation of a thing
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