Detecting Rhetorical Figures Based on Repetition of Words: Chiasmus, Epanaphora, Epiphora

@inproceedings{Dubremetz2017DetectingRF,
  title={Detecting Rhetorical Figures Based on Repetition of Words: Chiasmus, Epanaphora, Epiphora},
  author={Marie Dubremetz},
  year={2017}
}
Dubremetz, M. 2017. Detecting Rhetorical Figures Based on Repetition of Words: Chiasmus, Epanaphora, Epiphora. Studia Linguistica Upsaliensia 18. 49 pp. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. ISBN 978-91-513-0165-5. This thesis deals with the detection of three rhetorical figures based on repetition of words: chiasmus (“Fair is foul, and foul is fair.”), epanaphora (“Poor old European Commission! Poor old European Council.”) and epiphora (“This house is mine. This car is mine. You are mine… CONTINUE READING

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