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    comma after conjunction

    After the conjunction in a compound sentence, would a two commas separate the prepositional phrase, or would you omit a comma after the conjunction.

    Tristan screamed in warning and holding me before him, he pushed me out the door.
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    Tristan screamed in warning and, holding me before him, he pushed me out the door.


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    Re: comma after conjunction

    To maintain logical flow, use the comma after "and".

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