"[...] repetition of sounds, words, phrasing, or concepts is used in literary works to create unity and emphasis" (Hamilton 98).
The example for that the book used from Othello is good, but I have better one. Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven" uses repetition to masterful degree. The repetition of the phrase "never more" creates a sense of uneasiness permenates throughout the entire poem.
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