Dickens Use Of The Anaphora In Tellson's Bank

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Dickens uses the anaphora to emphasize the grotesque physical appearance of Tellson’s Bank. Dickens writes how small, dark, and ugly the building is in the surrounding chapter. Dickens uses words to emphasize the building such as “dark” and “ugly” and “incommodious.” The anaphora also creates a unwelcoming environment that Tellson’s Bank gives off as a result of how dark and ugly the building is. The building allows for the readers and characters to know that rather than it being an welcoming vibe. It gives off a professional and incommodious vibe, so customers of Tellson’s Bank do not run away. The tone is ominous because of the eerie and dark feeling the building itself gives away towards the
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