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LOTR Lit Terms BK 3

a literary device by which inanimate objects or intangible concepts are given the attributes of a person. personification
the vantage point of the character or characters through whom the story is told. point of view
a metaphor or analogy that is very alborate or extended conceit
a literary device by which the author deliberately says less than he means in order to add irony or humor to a scene understatement
bogus 'medieval' stuff which attempts to give a supposed temporal color with expletives, such as tish, pish, marry,and the like tushery
Latin for "where are..." It reflects on athe transitory nature of life by asking a series of "where are" questions ubi sunt poetry
written word or speeches that create an emotional feeling in the reader, to persaude them to accept a point of view propaganda
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