In literature, the use of bdelygmia in Rhetoric comes out as a stylistic device that authors/writers use for a variety for reasons. The term ‛bdelygmia’, meaning filth or nastiness, is greek in origins. Bdelygmia in Rhetoric means expression of vile hatred for someone, something, someplace, or some kind of action happening. Its place in literature as a stylistic device has been used since classical literature and still being practiced by.. Read More