Repetition Quiz Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email Definition & ExamplesQuizFlashcardsWorksheets 1. Repetition can be used in literature, poetry, and speeches to do all but which of the following? create unity provide emphasis create rhythm highlight conflict 2. Anaphora is: the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of a sentence or clause. the repetition of words or a phrase at the beginning of a sentence or a clause used again at the end of the sentence or clause. repetition of one word without any words or phrases in between. the repetition of conjunctions in succession in a sentence, clause, or phrase. 3. True or False: Repetition in literature can be used to create a mood. True False 4. True or False: Repetition is not a key element of an author’s style. True False 5. Repetition is important for: rhyming. highlighting a theme or message the author wants the reader to know. making sure the reader is paying attention. pointing out good and bad characters in a story. Loading … (Further Reading: Quiz Collection of All Literary Devices) Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.