Epiphora is a stylistic devises when the end of successive sentences (clauses) is repeated.
E.g. "I'm a Pepper, he's a Pepper, she's a Pepper, we're a Pepper. Wouldn't you like to be a Pepper, too? Dr. Pepper."
(advertising jingle for Dr. Peppper soft drink)
Anaphora is stylistic devises when the beginning of two or more sentences (clauses) is repeated.
- The deliberate repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of several successive verses, clauses, or paragraphs; for example, "We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills" (Winston S. Churchill).It is:
- Linguistics. The use of a linguistic unit, such as a pronoun, to refer back to another unit, as the use of her to refer to Anne in the sentence Anne asked Edward to pass her the salt.
Break-in-the-narrative is a stopping short for rhetorical effect.
It is used mainly in the dialogue or in the other forms of narrative imitating spontaneous oral speech because the speaker’s emotions prevent him from finishing the sentence.
You just come home or I’ll ...
If you continue your intemperate way of living, in six months’ time ...