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What is a hyperbole?
An exaggeration or overstatement used for effect. Ex: She was so hungry, she could eat an elephant.
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Which of the following is a key reason to include hyperbole in a literary work? A. to add humor B. to heighten effect C. to create suspense
To add humor and To heighten effect
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Which of the following is a key reason to include hyperbole in a literary work? I. to add humor Il. to heighten effect III. to create suspense
I and II
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give an example of a hyperbole from this essay?
eating children is the only way to help the kingdom
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Why is hyperbole useful in poetry?
It allows the poet to emphasize something.
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Exaggeration / Hyperbole
To make an overstatement or to stretch the truth.
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Hyperbole about being surprised
“You could have knocked me over with a chicken feather”
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The “E” in hyperbolE!
What is the TRICK to help you remember what hyperbole means?
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Hyperbole and example
Extreme exageration, “I’ve heard you say that a MILLION times before!”
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imagery metaphor hyperbole
what writing convention does johnathan edwards use to persuade his audience
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