See also: Accumulation
Accumulation comes from Latin accumulare (to put in scene) and cumulus (accumulation).
A accumulation is a figure of Rhétorique which results in an enumeration of elements belonging to the same category and which creates an effect of profusion.
- Example: “it centers, it aligns, it justifies, it paragraph, it tabule, it memorizes… and all that on a big screen. ”
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