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Personifaction giving human like qualities to something that is not human. "Let your soul gravitate to the love, y'all, y'all"
Allusion reference to something Biblical, Mythical, or Historical. "KKK" "What's wrong with the world"
Retorical Question when an author puts a question in the text that does not need to be answered (not in dialogue). "Can you practice what you preach"
Hyperbole exaggeration "I feel the weight of the world on my shoulder"
Parallel Structure when a phrase is repeated.
Diction specific and deliberate word choice.
Monologue a long speech by 1 single character.
Rhyming Couplet 2 back to back lines of poetry that rhyme.
Dramatic Foils
Foreshadowing author gives clues or hints about something that will happen later in the story.
Pun a humorous play on words.
Imagery words that appeal to the 5 senses.
Metaphor comparison without using like or as. "Juliet is the sun"
Alliteration repeating of the same constant sounds at the beginning of the words. "What's wrong with the world mama" repeating W
Created by: hpesoj