Literary Terms Posters -- Figures of Repetition
This beautiful set of five posters inspired by pulp comics of the 1930s and 40s features some of the most important figures of repetition: Anadiplosis, Anaphora, Epanalepsis, Epistrophe, and Epizeuxis. These are crucial literary terms for understanding both poetry and drama. Did you know that Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire uses Epizeuxis like it's going out of style? Did you know that one of Iago's most famous lines in Othello is framed by Epanalepsis? And did you know that Dr. King makes use of Anaphora and Epistrophe in many of his most famous speeches? These beautiful posters will inspire your students to look much more closely at the connections between language and meaning!