The UVic Writer's Guide

Repetition Within The Sentence

This sentence needlessly repeats words:

It is interesting to note that within society there is a voice which makes note that there is something wrong.

The same is true of a paragraph which begins "Charlotte Bronte is very good at establishing a mood by describing the surrounding nature" and ends with "Bronte is consistent throughout the novel as she uses nature to emphasize a mood."

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