Or the middle may correspond to the end, as in the following sentence: “This ship, laden with the spoil of Sicily, while it was itself a portion of the spoil.”2 Nor will it be questioned that a like effect may be produced by the repetition of the middle of both clauses. Again, the end may correspond with the beginning. “Many grievous afflictions were devised for parents and for kinsfolk many.”3
te nemus Angitiae, vitrea te Fucinus unda.Aen. vii. 759 1
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