How big is a pool of a million tears? We find out.
Anaphora is a powerful rhetorical device used for impact by everyone from Charles Dickens to Justin Bieber.
This is both a Word of the Day and a figure of speech. (Double word score?) Definition: Repeating a word (or phrase) for emphasis. (Usually 3 times.) For example, if you asked me what I did over Christmas, I might say: Eat and drink, eat and drink, eat and drink. At which point, you might [...]
All I do is keep the beat and bad company—Mark Knopfler This is an a example of syllepsis, a fun rhetorical device...