Anaphora is a Greek rhetorical device to help you in your speech writing. The technique has been used in some of the greatest speeches in history. Perhaps, the most famous modern use of Anaphora is Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963.
My first day in Speech Communications 101 was quite memorable. It taught us to think about the information that the audience will need to hear from your communication.
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