anachrony

anachrony

[uh-nak-ruh-nee]
noun, plural anachronies.
a discrepancy between the order of events in a story and the order in which they are presented in the plot: Anachronies are either flashbacks or flashforwards.

anachronic [an-uh-kron-ik] , adjective
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