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In the second edition, to mention just a few, epizeuxis, diacope, articulus, hypozeuxis, aporia, synchoresis, apostrophe, pathopeia, and congeries are all distinguished from their 1577 definitions by their ability to represent vehement passions.
Syntactic mirroring (hypozeuxis), for instance, singles out some structural patterns in "The Pedersen Kid," In the following excerpt, the hypozeuxis is based on (a and b) coordination I underlined!