Epistrophe | Epistrophe-Meaning, Definition, Examples, Illustration

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Epistrophe | Epistrophe-Meaning, Definition, Examples, Illustration

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Epistrophe-Meaning

Epistrophe | Epistrophe-Meaning, Definition, Examples, Illustration

Epistrophe | Epistrophe-Meaning, Definition, Examples, Illustration

‘Epistrophe’ is a figure of speech that consists in the repetition of the same words or phrases at the end of successive clauses or sentences. Examples:

  1. Swimming is ‘good for health’,

Walking is ‘good for health’,

Everything that helps in the circulation of blood is ‘good for health’.

  1. Shakespeare was ‘a poet’, Milton was ‘a poet’, Wordsworth was ‘a poet’, Keats was ‘a poet’.
  2. It was the best of ‘times’, it was the worst of ‘times’. 0 0 0.

Epistrophe-Meaning

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