Entertainment / Literature / Epistrophe: (Greek, 'upon turning') Repetition of a concluding word or word endings: He's learning fast, are you earning fast? When the epistrophe focuses on sounds rather than entire words, we normally call it rhyme. Epistrophe is an example of a rhetorical scheme.
Entertainment / Literature / Distych: The technical term for a two-line group in which a pair of metrical lines of different lengths together compose or express a complete idea (Wheeler 38). In Greek elegies, these distichs are usually rh MORE