Sir Henry Wood suggested that the method of the anagram or palindrome yielded very happy results.
If any one calls the compositions in question "trash," I cannot better answer than in palindrome, Trash?
I have seen it stated that the English language affords but one specimen of the palindrome, while the Latin and Greek have many.
Here is a palindrome that surrounds a figure of the sun in the mosaic pavement of Sa.
In this form the solution will depend on whether the number of letters in the palindrome be odd or even.
But no witch's palindrome for long can block the march of reason and of research.
Hannah therefore calls herself, again at my suggestion, "Pal," which is short for "palindrome."
In this case every reading of the palindrome requires the use of the central V as the middle letter.
palindrome pal·in·drome (pāl'ĭn-drōm')
A segment of double-stranded DNA in which the nucleotide sequence of one strand reads in reverse order to that of the complementary strand.