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[97] I am in the dark: if he means ἀνάκλασις1 or ἐπάνοδος2 or ἀντιμεταβολή,3 I have already discussed them. But whatever its meaning may be, he does not mention it in the Orator any more than the other terms I have just mentioned. The only figure of speech mentioned in that work, which I should prefer to regard as a figure of thought owing to its emotional character, is exclamation. I agree with him about all the rest. To these Caecilius adds periphrasis,

1 VIII. vi 23.

2 IX. iii. 35.

3 IX. iii. 85.

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