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AP Rhetorical Vocab
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a criss-cross arrangement of words. This means the exact same words are used in two consecutive clauses, but they are reversed or criss-crossed.
the intentional repetition of the first words in consecutive sentences or clauses.
the intentional repetition of words at the end of consecutive C/P/S; exact opposite of anaphora.
inverting the usual order of words, phrases, or clauses.
when opposite words or statements are juxtaposed.
occurs when a writer asks a question and follows with the question with the answer.
when the exact same words appear at the beginning and ending of C/P/S.
when a C/P/S starts with the same words that ended the previous C/P/S.
joining phrases, clauses, or sentences with a conjunction repeated over and over.
joining phrases, clauses, or sentences WITHOUT a conjunction.
when a writer plays on the multiple meanings of a word.
parallel phrases, clauses, or sentences in succession.
the consistent repetition of words-can be back to back or a few words in between.
a logical conclusion of ideas is drawn from two previous statements.
ordering words, phrases, or clause, so the most important comes last.
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