Repetition

Repetition may refer to:

  • Repetition (rhetorical device), rhetorical device
  • Repetition (music), use of repetition in musical compositions
  • Repetition (learning), learning by repetition
  • Repetition, book by the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard published in 1843
  • Repetition (novel), a 1986 novel by the Austrian writer Peter Handke
  • "Repetition", a song by David Bowie on his 1979 album Lodger
  • "Repetition", English translated name of Alain Robbe-Grillet's 2001 novel La reprise
  • "Repetition", song by Helmet from their 1990 album Strap It On
  • "Repetition", song by Quasi from their 1998 album Featuring "Birds"
  • "Repetition", song by synth-pop band Information Society
  • "Repetition", bonus track on Live at the Witch Trials by The Fall
  • Repetition, 1996 album by Unwound
  • A single cycle of lifting and lowering a weight in strength training

Other articles related to "repetition":

List Of Games On I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue - Just A Minim
... the contestants have to sing a song "without repetition, deviation, hesitation, anthrax or, er...repetition" ... Another time, Tim challenged for the repetition of the word 'I', which Humph dismissed saying 'I' was too short ...
Scheme (linguistics) - Repetition
... A series of words that begin with the same letter or sound alike Anaphora – The repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginning of successive clauses Anadiplosis ...
The Ladies' Gallery: A Memoir Of Family Secrets - Some Themes
... Repetition The memoir revolves around themes of repetition ... Vilar says, “Repetition informs my life” (Vilar 4) ...

Famous quotes containing the word repetition:

    Between repetition and forgetting, it is a marvel that a new thought ever struggles into existence.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    The echo is, to some extent, an original sound, and therein is the magic and charm of it. It is not merely a repetition of what was worth repeating in the bell, but partly the voice of the wood; the same trivial words and notes sung by a wood-nymph.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I look on trade and every mechanical craft as education also. But let me discriminate what is precious herein. There is in each of these works an act of invention, an intellectual step, or short series of steps taken; that act or step is the spiritual act; all the rest is mere repetition of the same a thousand times.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)