Hypozeuxis

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Hypozeuxis is a rhetorical term for an expression or sentence where every clause has its own independent subject and predicate.[1] If the same words are repeated in each clause, it is also an example of anaphora.

The opposite of hypozeuxis is hyperzeuxis, which may also be a form of zeugma or syllepsis.

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  1. ^ Matthew of Vendôme (1980). The art of versification. Translated by Aubrey E. Galyon. Iowa State University Press. p. 29. ISBN 0813813700.