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    What is anaphora? Anaphora is the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of consecutive sentences, poetry stanzas, or clauses within a sentence. It can be as short as a single word, such as I, when, or and. It can also involve several words, like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s anaphoral phrase “I have a dream.” Anaphoral phrases are rarely longer than a few …

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