@Josué-Pineda Thanks for the tip! Is it also possible to use the phrasing module to show parallelism (A B C A’ B’ C’)?
I’ve never used the phrasing module before. I’ve often wished that the arcing module would indent subordinate clauses as seen in the phrasing module. This makes me wonder why the indenting feature in the phrasing module isn’t also available in the arcing module. To me, indenting gives a more intuitive visual representation of subordination than wider arcs/brackets.
If I am arcing a passage which contains a chiasm, it would be nice to reflect that within the arcing module. I realize that arcing is focused on the functional relationships between clauses, whereas literary structure (chiasms, etc.) are simply about form, so these two methods aren’t a perfect fit with each other. Some details would need to be carefully thought out about how literary structure could be incorporated into the arcing module…
I’d like to suggest adding the ability to arc with chiastic and parallel literary structures. FYI, example chiastic structures would be A, B, C, D, C’, B’, A’ or A, B, C, C’, B’, A’, and a parallel structure would be A, B, C, A’, B’, C’.