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Figurative Language

Personification Figure of speech where human qualities are attributed to an object, animal, or idea
Simile A comparison between two things using "like" or "as".
Epic Simile A long, elaborate (many details) comparison using like or as that often continues over several times.
Metaphor A comparison of two unlike things.
Hyperbole A figure of speech in which truth is exaggerated for emphasis or humorous effect.
Onomatopoeia The use of words for their sound effects.
Situational Irony The difference between what is expected to happen and what actually does.
Dramatic Irony Device of giving the spectator an item of information that at least one of the characters is unaware of.
Verbal Irony A contrast in what is said and what is actually meant.
Allusion A reference to a well-known historical or literary person, event, or object.
Symbolism When a person, place, activity, or object stands for something else.
Foreshadowing A writer's use of hints or clues to indicate events and situations that will occur later in the plot.
Flashback A conversation, event, or episode that happened before the beginning of the story which helps the reader understand the current situation.
Imagery Language that causes mental pictures or relates to the five senses.
Mood The overall feeling a text creates.
Tone The writer's attitude towards the subject.
Epithet A brief phrase that points out traits associated with a particular person or thing.
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