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Through an analysis of repetitions as a hallmark of style in the enunciation, it is demonstrated that the passages establish a circular room of enunciation, whereas the content (énoncé) side of the text displays a progression between the content elements. The fact that one of these Kingo texts is a hymn and the
other an erotic poem would at first glance seem to make the two texts incomparable. Yet, it is possible to demonstrate that erotic and religious feelings occupy opposite, and hence comparable, positions within the religious world of Kingo.