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Article Title

On Teaching Palindromes

Authors

Steven J. Chism

Abstract

Webster's Third New International Dictionary defines palindrome as "a word, verse, or sentence that reads the same backward as forward". As is often the case with limericks, sonnets, and other highly-structured but nowadays seldom-pursued literary creations, the few frequently-anthologized examples have come to be the only examples we know. This is certainly the case with the palindrome.

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