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The French post-WWII literary school, Oulipo, has writers who have played a lot with words. Raymond Queneau wrote a book, Exercises in Style, which rewrote the same two linked vignettes in 99 different ways. I don't think any of these were a palindrome.
I think they must have been word by word or line by line palindromes.