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Text Click for more information BAIYU 0.0.0.0.0.4   百喻經·Introduction/4
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1 答曰: The Buddha replied as follows:
2 “生者言:‘有。’ "When something lives one says: 'it exists'.
3 死者言:‘無。’ and when something is dead one says: 'it does not exist'.
4 故說: That is why one says:
5 ‘或有或無。’” 'It may exist or it may not exist.'"
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4 shuō *ɕiɛt 書薛入 (?) SPEAK vtoS maintain S; say S
5 huò *ɦək 匣德入 **ɡʷɯɯɡ (?) SUBJECTIVE padV repeated for some... for others; probably...; or indeed probably ...; ???
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1 1 ARHYTHMIA ANOMIA in the context of PARALLELISM in which the repeated rhythm is broken.
Breaking of regular rhythm, the converse of ISOCOLON.
2 2 ARHYTHMIA-INTRALINEAR-ASYMMETRIC ARHYTHMIA-INTERLINEAR in which the arhythmic main casura is not in the middle of the line.
2 3 PARALLELISM+REPETITIO+ANTITHESIS 多次對偶法﹣反義
4 4 ARHYTHMIA ANOMIA in the context of PARALLELISM in which the repeated rhythm is broken.
Breaking of regular rhythm, the converse of ISOCOLON.
5 5 ANAPHORA-MINI 讀內同端法 ANAPHORA within one single colon
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