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Anaphora: New Poems. Scott Cairns

 

Anaphora: New Poems

 


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  • Anaphora: New Poems
  • Scott Cairns
  • Page: 110
  • Format: pdf, ePub, fb2, mobi
  • ISBN: 9781612618388
  • Publisher: Paraclete Press
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Anaphora—the repetition of a word or phrase—is a strategy that assists coherence, and draws attention to the repeated terms. In Eucharistic settings, it also indicates the specific liturgical moment when the bread and wine are consecrated, becoming what we in the Eastern Church are pleased to name the Holy Mysteries. Certain poems in this collection employ overt anaphora; many do not. Still, they invite a sense of words as doing more than naming, more than serving as arrows pointing to prior substance; intermittently, these words may acquire due substance of their own, partaking of more than is apparent, but is nonetheless so, and is present.



 

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