re-pe-ti'-ti-o L. “repetition”

  1. Latin equivalent for anaphora
  2. Latin equivalent for epanalepsis
  Note: This should not be confused with repetition in general, which manifests itself in a variety of ways across the spectrum of rhetoric.
Related Figures
  • Figures of repetition.
See Also
  Sources: Ad Herennium 4.13.19; Quintilian 9.3.29

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