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Lit terms 4/17

4/17 quiz terms

repetition of a word at beg of successive clauses anaphora
reason from gen to spec deduction
reason from spec to gen induction
urging or strongly encouraging hortatory
sentence w/ verb precedes the sub inversion
sentence that builds toward and ends w/ a main clause periodic sentence
speaker, voice, char, assumed by the author of apiece of writing persona
argument against an idea, usually regarding philo, politics, or religion polemic
2 parts of a syllogism premise
negative term for writing designed to sway opinion rather than present information propaganda
one's intention or objective in a speech or piece of writing puropose
to discredit an argument, particular a counterargument refute
pattersns of organizqation develo0ped to achieve a specific purpose; modes include but are not limited to narration description, comparasion and contrast, cause and effect, definition, exemplification, classification and division, process analysis,and arg rhetorical modes
question asked more to produce an effect than to summon an answer rhetorical question
argument that appeals to emotion rather than reason, to feeling irather than intellect ad hominem argument
device using char and or story elements symbolically to represent an abstraction in addition to the literalm meaning allegory
metaphor developed at great length occuring free in or through out a work extended metaphor
emotion, violent verbal denunciation or attack using strong, abusive language invective
type of sentence which main idea comes first, followed by dependent, such as phrase and clauses. too many is an informal loose sentence
type of sub complement. adj group of adj or adj clause that follows a linking verb. in predicat of the sentence predicate adjective
announ group of nouns or noun clause that renames the subject follows the linking verb and is lovated in predicate predicate nomitave
word or clause that follows a linking verb and complements or completes the subject of the sentence by either renaming or describging it subject compliment
study of meaning semantics
Created by: stark94