Nov 202010

See Wikipedia: “An anacoluthon is a rhetorical device that can be loosely defined as a change of syntax within a sentence. More specifically, anacoluthons (or “anacoluthia”) are created when a sentence abruptly changes from one structure to another.

Anacoluthon is often used in stream of consciousness writing, such as that of James Joyce, because it is characteristic of informal human thought.”

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