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Department
Innis College Courses
Course Code
INI100H1
Professor
Vikki Visvis

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LECTURE – November 4
Anaphora
-In second example, despite the slight variation (to and from), still example of
anaphora because of the repetition of books
-Repetition of not and therefore in last example
-ANY PART OF SPEECH
-Norman Mailer: “beautiful and “because”
-***Look for repetition, and look for where it occurs, what is repeated…to
determine type of rhetorical device
-If used just twice, allows for parallel structure, a sense of balance
-Take advantage of rhythmic beat of anaphora
Epistrophe
-think apostrophe, which comes at the end of the word
oso this is anaphora of the last word(s)
-delayed emphasis – last thing heard, so will tend to remember
-choice of words repeated is IMPORTANT – make sure an important concept is
being emphasized
Anadiplosis
-repeats last word at end of one phrase at beginning of following
-careful – slippery slope: leap in logic so CAREFUL in reading – so that the first
and final things, however conflicting, SEEM linked
-Conceptual – careful of slippery slope
-Vs. Concrete examples – action, plotlines,
Gradatio or Climax
-Increasing the importance
-Step-ladder effect – moving slowly to something of increasing importance
-May sacrifice logical progression for the DRAMA
Zeugma
-when one verb is used for a literal and figurative intentions
-Syllepsis for when its literal for both
LECTURE 8::::
Tone
-tone and audience can lead to understanding mood of the audience
-language choice determines TONE
odecipher tone through analyzing the diction/word choice
oalso analyze subject matter, and syntax (sentence structure)
-Really short sentences – author detached from subject matter likely
oTone: detached or aloof
-Exercise
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