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    I'm doing CIE A Levels, and I need to know for an essay I'm writing. I would appreciate some help, because I just can't seem to find which category enjambments fall under...
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    (Original post by likezerogravity)
    I'm doing CIE A Levels, and I need to know for an essay I'm writing. I would appreciate some help, because I just can't seem to find which category enjambments fall under...
    Does it not come under a language technique? I'm pretty sure it comes under language for GCSE English Literature not sure if it's different or not for A-Levels.

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    Does it not come under a language technique? I'm pretty sure it comes under language for GCSE English Literature not sure if it's different or not for A-Levels.

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    Ack, my friend who is also doing A Levels told me it's under style… Now I'm confused. :/
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    (Original post by likezerogravity)
    I'm doing CIE A Levels, and I need to know for an essay I'm writing. I would appreciate some help, because I just can't seem to find which category enjambments fall under...
    It's structure because initially it breaks up a clause without any punctuation. So it breaks up the structure of the poem i.e adding pace and rhythm.
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    It's most definitely under structure.
 
 
 
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