Definitions for "Epanalepsis"
A figure by which the same word or clause is repeated after intervening matter.
repetition after intervening words
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is repeated after intervening matter, as "Weep no more, woeful shepherds, weep no more," from Milton's Lycidas. More specifically, the repetition, placed at the end of a sentence, line, clause, or phrase, of the word or words at the beginning of the same sentence, line, clause or phrase. (See also Antanaclasis, Epizeuxis, Ploce, Polyptoton)