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AP lit MANNY 1

AP literary devices for AP exam

QuestionAnswer
anecdote brief story, told to ilustrate a point or serve as an example of something, often shows character of an individual
antagonist opponent who struggles against or blocks the hero, or protaginist, in a story.
antimetabole repitition of words in successive clauses in reverse grammatical order.
antithesisto balancing words, phrases, or ideas that are strongly contrasted, often by means or grammatical structure.
antihero central character who lacks all the qualities traditionally associated with heros.
anthropomorphism attributing human charactaristics to an animal or inaminate object.
aphorism brief, cleverly worded statement that makes a wise observation about life, or of a principle ar accepted general truth.
Created by: manny1