anaphoresis


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anaphoresis

(ˌænəfəˈriːsɪs)
n
(Chemistry) chem the movement of suspended charged particles towards the anode in an electric field
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Instead of a metaphor's ferrying-across we have in "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" anaphora's constant vertical stream of carrying-back, so that each line participant in anaphoresis is a kind of motion that carries with it the threat and ecstasy of getting nowhere, of getting to get nowhere again and again and leave that thereless there again.