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2.1+Measure+for+Measure+2 - Chiasmus:GreekX,Crossover

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Chiasmus: Greek “X,” Cross-over Chiasmus: Greek “X,” Cross-over Presidents and other leaders: Presidents and other leaders: ABBA or ABCCBA word structure Lincoln: “And in the end, it is not the years in your life  that count, it is the life in your years.” Kennedy: “Ask not what your country can do for you, but  what you can do for your country.” John Edwards (candidate): “Make the economy work for  the nation, and not the nation for the economy.” Jesus: “for if you love only those who love you, what  reward will you have?  Do not even the tax collectors  do the same? 
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Chiasmus: comics, revolutionaries, and  Chiasmus: comics, revolutionaries, and  bumper stickers bumper stickers May West: “It’s not the men in my life, it’s the life in my  men.”  “If you can’t be with the one you love, love the one your  with” “Live simply, so that others may simply live.” “If evolution is outlawed, only outlaws will evolve.” 
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James I and Divine Right James I and Divine Right Advice to son in  Advice to son in  Basilikon Doron  Basilikon Doron  (1603)   (1603)   p. 125 p. 125 And when ye have by the severity of justice once settled  your countries, and made them knowe that yee can strike,  then may yee thereafter all the dayes of your life mixe  justice with mercie; punishing or sparing … For if otherwise yee kyth [make known] your clemencie  at the first, the offences would soone come to such heapes  .. That when yee would fall to punish, the number of them  to be punished would exced th innocent.
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James I and Divine Right James I and Divine Right Advice to son in  Advice to son in  Basilikon Doron  Basilikon Doron  (1603)   (1603)   p. 126 (top): On “Fornication” p. 126 (top): On “Fornication” … count everie sinne and brach of Gods  lawe, not according as the vaine world  esteemeth of it; but as God the judge and  maker of the lawe accounteth of the same.   Here God commanding by the mouth of  [Saint] Paul,  to abstaine from Fornication declaring that the  Fornicator shall not inherit  the kingdom of heaven . (1 st  Corinthians 6:10)
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Adultery and Fornication Adultery and Fornication ADULTERY (OED):      b.  Extended in Scripture, to unchastity  generally. FORNICATION: Voluntary sexual intercourse between a man (in  restricted use, an unmarried man) and an  unmarried woman. In Scripture extended to  adultery.
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Three essential types of Irony Three essential types of Irony Verbal Irony applies to one word or phrase Structural Irony applies to a larger portion of narrative; usually with 
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