Come on!

Rhetorical figure. The first section of Aeolus resounds with the loud hoarse voice of the DUTC "timekeeper" summoning trams to their places at the starting gate: "Rathgar and Terenure!"; "Come on, Sandymount Green!"; "Start, Palmerston Park!" Rhetorical theory has a name for such loud eruptions: ecphonesis, an exclamatory phrase. The device can also be heard in people's reactions to the reading aloud of Dan Dawson's speech and in other parts of the chapter, especially those centered on the editor Myles Crawford.

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Ecphonesis at the start of Helena's outburst in act 3 scene 2 of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Source: