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As I said, for this chapter we are going to discuss various literary devices that will greatly improve both your writing and oral presentations. The next two are anaphora and epistrophe. These aren't in the chapter, but I want you to consider them.
Anaphora is the repetition of the exact phrase or same powerful word at the beginning of a series of three or more sentences. Epistrophe is the repetition of a phrase or powerful word at the end of a series of sentences. Give an example of anaphora in a speech, then an example of epistrophe. You do not need to use existing speeches; you can make up your own sentences to illustrate, if you wish.