Repetition is an element usedamong others in modern style. Some writers infer that repetition thatis intentional is good. Consideration is important even if repetitionwas part of the writer’s plan. Readers who do not appeal to theemotions of the readers are most justified to use repetition. A bigdifference should be drawn between non-rhetorical and the rhetoricalrepetition. Their aim and origin are distinct as one securesimpressiveness and the other development. Non-rhetorical completes asentence that does not necessarily have to be completed. Rhetoricalrepetition dictates complete structure of a particular sentence. Thetwo cannot be separated in practice the only thing they have to bepointed out in observation is the novice of two motives lucidity andimpressiveness. Lucidity in this case is more justifiable in the eyesof the reader.
This is an illustration of thebad and good points of repetition from pages of Bagehot. A writerwith a lot to write that is worth hearing, vigor, rapidity andclearness are derived from the use of repetition. Bagehot analyzedsomething in common to all laws, governments and politicalcommunities. This included their features of diversity giving them anew aspect. This writer has represented all the possible good and badof repetition. Some instances of repetition are neither bad nor goodin themselves. A reader will see that repetition has brought adistinct improvement. There is no doubt that repetition is bestillustrated in this observation. In some statements, obscurity isobserved rather than clearness. Writers like Bagehot have theirmotive more of lucidity and not impressive repetition. It is morepractical than just getting the attention of the reader. Rhetoricalrepetition requires more illustrations than non-rhetorical repetitionas spontaneous expression used by a writer could be justified by thecircumstances.