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