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Left foot left foot

Left foot  Left foot Right foot Right –Dr. Seuss, The Foot Book The Greek figures, or rhetorical devices, used is palilogia, as in the repeating of the phrase left foot; epanalepsis used with the right foot right where the first … Continue reading

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Swim, Boots, Swim!

Swim, Boots, Swim! –Dora the Explorer, book title The Greek figure, or rhetorical device, is epanalepsis, as you can see by the tell-tale repeat of the word swim on the front end and the tail end of the title. Are … Continue reading

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First things first

First things first. –Steven R. Covey The Greek figure and/or rhetorical device is antistasis, as the first first and the second first have different meanings, purposefully; and epanalepsis, for having the first word be, also, the last word in the … Continue reading

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