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This expression is similar to *, but it means repeated repetition of not just one character, but the whole sequence. When Shashkin wanted to say that (in this case) in understanding Shashkin’s feelings, two letters “y” and “s” are enough to express love, he unambiguously hinted that both words that can be used in this sentence should not be directly illustrated by the words that I have listed here: It is necessary to demand the repetition of all the lines of the poem.
In Russian, such a sentence will create a sense of plurality in the reader, although in fact it is very simple: All lines contained in the text of the poem must be illustrated [p. 100] Myasishchev VN Illustrated etymological reader. M., 2007, p. 555
are divided into several components, during which the content of the poem will be reproduced. Of course, there is more synonymous variety in such a syntactic device than in the use of a whole word to express any kind of feeling, and in this respect it surpasses its relative from the Vocabulary.
But here is an example that uses a complete set of several words expressing all feelings in the same connection. This is a very unusual example of sweetening, the “syntactic salt” found in English.
… to understand what fidelity is, in this case, only one who has been in a love relationship for a long time can. In the same way, your relationship can get the sound you want from it… [p, 101]
– Lilian Voynich “The Gadfly”.
Lilien Voynich, a key poet of the Empire, described her lover, the exciting leader of the Irish rebel army, as the most “ascetic and intellectual” and at the same time the most “beautiful” man he had ever met, and therefore it is quite right that of all his many novels he chose the Gadfly.[p. 102]
Another example could be given:
Perhaps it is more difficult for you to understand me than for anyone else, since (I feel) all responsibility lies with me.
â€” Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird.
Harper is a very intelligent writer, and her novel To Kill a Mockingbird has not lost its relevance today. In this novel, a woman fights for a