Understanding epistrophe: examples and usage across genres

This guide looks at epistrophe, a rhetorical and literary device that is also known as epiphora or antistrophe. Its name is derived from an ...

What is antithesis and antithesis examples

What is antithesis? A guide with examples

Find out how to use antithesis to improve your writing and see examples of antithesis being used in literature, poetry and advertising.

Chiasmus examples: the ultimate guide

Understanding chiasmus – examples and effects of a rhetorical device

This guide looks at chiasmus, a rhetorical device that is sometimes called chiasm. The word ‘chiasmus’ is derived from an ancient Greek word...

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Literary devices list: examples of literary devices and how to use them

Learn about literary devices, including rhetorical devices and stylistic devices, and how you can use them to improve your communication ski...

What you need to know about SSCP requirements for medical devices and in vitro diagnostics

Regulations applicable to medical devices and in vitro diagnostics were updated in 2017. The changes were made by the European Parliament an...

Text-to-voice generators: apps and software that give voice to your brand

Discover the ultimate text-to-voice generator for improving your productivity with this extensive guide to the latest apps and software.

Boost your productivity with the latest voice-to-text apps and software

Find the perfect voice-to-text tool to boost your productivity with this comprehensive look at the latest apps and software.

How long does transcription take? Write better transcriptions, faster

How long does transcription take? Not as long as you think, with the right tools and expert know-how.

How to write and format a transcription

Transcription can turn your audio into a variety of high-performing written content. Here’s how.