A. anaphora
B. paradox
C. litotes
D. synecdoche

Correct Answer:

Option B – paradox


In literature, a paradox is a device used to force the reader to consider a statement or idea more deeply or critically than at face value. It is a statement or idea that seems illogical, but upon further analysis, does make sense.

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