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emphasis
openings and closings are especially sensitive to this
antimatabole
repetition of words in clauses just in reverse order
convoluted
main clause is split in two
centered structure
main clause occupies the middle
epanalepsis
repetition of the first word at the end of a clause
Anadiplosis
last word used first in the next clause
Epistrophe
last word repeated at the end of the next phrase or clause
Punctuation
well duh! if you don't know this one you're screwed
Verbs
look for passive voice; reveal much about the speaker, attitude, and tone
REMEMBER (most important):
form follows content