Syntactical Devices - Piotr Dymnicki - Coggle Diagram
Syntactical Devices - Piotr Dymnicki
Definition: Repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the beginning of the next.
Example: "'And then again, we may never know exactly.' 'Exactly what?'," (Lisle 33)
Definition: The repetition of a word at the end of successive clauses or sentences.
Example: "'Had adventures.' 'What adventures?' David asks," (Lisle 7).
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses.
Example: "'Maybe we shouldn't disturb anything.' 'Maybe not,' I said, as squeamish as he was," (Lisle 18).
Definition: A constrast or opposition between two things.
Example: "She wasn't a gabber like some girls her age," (Lisle 23).
Definition: Using conjunctions in close succession, especially where some would usually be omitted.
Example: "David can't see the connection between himself and some old friend, but he gets a ride over there as soon as he can," (Lisle 7).
Example: "He wants to get this interview, needs to write this story," (Lisle 38).
Definition: Repetition after intervening words.
Definition: Ommision of conjunctions that ordinarily join words or clauses.
Example: "She changed the beds, swept the floors, hauled in coal for the stove," (Lisle 15).