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Poetry Techniques 3

Across
a form of repetition in which the last word of one clause or sentence is repeated as the first word of the following clause or sentence
a figure of speech in which a negative statement is used to affirm a positive sentiment.
a figure of speech that involves the repetition of a word or phrase at the end of successive clauses or sentences.
the attribution of human characteristics and qualities to animals or deities.
when a speaker breaks off from addressing one party and instead addresses a third party that may be an inanimate object, like a dagger, or an abstract concept, such as death or the sun.
a figure of speech that can be understood in two different ways is called a Double ___
a figure of speech in which the speaker both asks a question and immediately answers it.
Down
a term used in poetry to refer to lines that end without punctuation and without completing a sentence or clause.
a figure of speech in which several conjunctions are used to join connected clauses in places where they are not contextually necessary.
a figure of speech in which one sense is described using terms from another.
The use of a single characteristic or name of an object to identify an entire object or related object
two or more clauses which are related grammatically and conceptually, but in which the grammar and concepts are reversed – inverted parallelism.
the omission of a conjunction such as “and” or “or” from a series of related clauses.