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Flashback vs. Analepsis

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  • Flashback (noun)

    A dramatic device in which an earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological flow of a narrative.

    "analepsis"

  • Flashback (noun)

    A vivid mental image of a past trauma, especially one that recurs.

    "reminiscence"

  • Flashback (noun)

    A similar recurrence of the effects of a hallucinogenic drug.

  • Flashback (noun)

    The condition of the flame propagating down the hose of an oxy-fuel welding system.

  • Flashback (noun)

    A query that operates against data from an earlier time, before it was changed.

  • Flashback (verb)

    To undergo a flashback; to experience a vivid mental image from the past.

  • Analepsis (noun)

    A form of flashback in which earlier parts of a narrative are related to others that have already been narrated

  • Analepsis (noun)

    Recovery of strength after sickness.

  • Analepsis (noun)

    A kind of epileptic attack, originating from gastric disorder.

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  • Flashback (noun)

    a transition (in literary or theatrical works or films) to an earlier event or scene; also, the scene thus introduced.

  • Flashback (noun)

    An unusually vivid recollection of a prior experience, often one that is traumatic, such as scenes from combat or a criminal assault, or induced by hallucinogenic drugs such as LSD; when accompanied by hallucinations it is called flashback hallucinosis.

  • Analepsis

    Recovery of strength after sickness.

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