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julia hurds terms

mrs. Arnetts literary terms

Abstract not attached to anything spacific or concrete.
ad hominem an argument attacking an idivisual's character rather than the issue.
Aesthetic relating to beauty or a branch of philosophy concerned with art, beauty, and taste.
Anachronism the misplacement of a person, occurance, custom or idea in time.
Anadiplosis repitition of a word at the end of a phrase, sentence, etc.
Anaphora repitition of a word or phrase at the befgining of succesive words or phrases.
Antimetabole reversing the order of repeated words or phrases.
antithesis parallism with contradicory ideas.
aporia expression of dought.
aposiopesis a sudden bresking off of speech.
Created by: juliahurd