interlocking word order a, b, a, b
arrangement of word pairs in criss-cross word order a, b, b, a
exaggeration for effect
repetition of the same letters or souds in successive words
a form of a diliberate understatement often achieved by use of a negative to make a positive statement
repitition of a word at the beginning of successibe clause for emphasis
an (often sudden) addressing of a person or object, absent or present, in the second person for emotional effect
treatment of things or objects as human
a question posed that does not ncessarily elicit a response
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