Rhetorical Schemes

Authors use rhetorical schemes to emphasize, draw analogies, and engage the reader. Some common rhetorical schemes are parallelism, repetition, and antithesis.

Now, rhetorical schemes are just devices used to make your writing stronger and more interesting. So, these are just a few of many different rhetorical schemes, and if you interested in more ideas, you could always research and find other rhetorical schemes so that you could make your writing stronger.

Parallelism is when several sentences are given the same grammatical structure. An example would be:

“Hector went to the store. He went to the bank. He went to the gym.”

“The author suggests the dullness of these activities.”

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