Syntactical Devices in Writing (Anadiplosis (Repetition of the final words…
Syntactical Devices in Writing
For example: "Colonial Africa and the Western World have distinct differences in culture"
A contract or opposition between two things
Repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the beginning of the next
For example: "Fear leads to anger. Anger is just something we can't hide from"
For example: "Here comes the wind. Here comes the fire. Here come the days we have been waiting for"
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses.
Omission of conjunctions that ordinarily join words or clauses
For example: "I went to the story, park, library, school, church."
For example: "The thought of her brought back so many memories that it was, in the first, so worth the thought"
Repetition after intervening words.
For example: "I want the best. I deserve the best. I think it is most important that I have the best"
The repetition of a word at the end of successive clauses or sentences.
For example: "I went to the store and park, and library, and school, and church."
Using conjunctions in close succession, especially where some would usually be omitted