The structure of word as a figure
Some figures are based on a change in the orthography or phonology of a single word and others incorporate the context and visual form of a word. In contrast to the changes made accidentally and treated as vices, figures are considered conscious choices made by the speaker or writer in order to reveal a double meaning, display eloquence or brilliance. Because grammar describes only regular and categorial phenomena in languages, for the sake of describing irregular and occasional processes it is worth taking into account the usefulness of rhetoric terms.
In the following paper I discuss figures resulting from the word structure.