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39Beware the fury of a patient manDrydenThe fury of a patient man being rare, is itself proof of a justified andvalid cause for anger, which being aroused, is expressed fiercely.6.3.5 Climax and Anti-climaxClimaxis a figure in which a series of words, ideas, images or sentimentsare arranged in an ascending order of imprtance so that the most forceful onecomes last of all.To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield.Tennyson — Ulysses.I came, I saw, I conquered.Shakespeare — Julius Caesar.There is a chronological use of actions in the above examples.Anti-climaxis a figure in which the words, ideas or images or imagesare arranged in a descending order of importance so that the very last itemis less important than those that have gone before.

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