Flashforward vs. Prolepsis
Difference Between Flashforward and Prolepsis
(authorship) A dramatic device in which a future event is inserted into the normal chronological flow of a narrative.
(rhetoric) The assignment of something to a period of time that precedes it.
To use this dramatic device.
(logic) The anticipation of an objection to an argument.
A construction that consists of placing an element in a syntactic unit before that to which it would logically correspond.
A so-called "preconception", i.e. a pre-theoretical notion which can lead to true knowledge of the world.
(botany) Growth in which lateral branches develop from a lateral meristem, after the formation of a bud or following a period of dormancy, when the lateral meristem is split from a terminal meristem.
(authorship) The practice of placing information about the ending of a story near the beginning, as a literary device.
anticipating and answering objections in advance