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Polysyndeton

Polysyndeton

Polysyndeton. By Caleb Youngdahl. What does it mean?. A polysyndeton is when several conjunctions are used in rapid succession, particularly when they don’t necessarily need to be there. Example. Shakespeare uses polysyndeton’s quite frequently. Here are a few examples.

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STREAMS

STREAMS

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Streams

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Streams

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Streams

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