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WILL GIVE MEDAL & FAN! An Antanagoge is a figure in rhetoric, in which, not being able to answer the accusation of an adversary, a person instead makes a counter allegation or counteracting an opponent's proposal with an opposing proposition in one's own speech or writing. With the given definition of antanagoge give an example that shows the use of this literary term. (Do not use Wikipedia!)

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