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Haroun and the Sea of Stories CH 11 – Flashcards 10 terms
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Daniel Hardy
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English/Language Arts 2 (10Th Grade) Figurative Language Literary Device
Praxis II English Language, Literature, and Composition Content Knowledge (Test 0041) – Flashcards 282 terms
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Mike Bryan
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History Literary Device
American Literature post test 1 (midterm) – Flashcards 48 terms
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Mike Bryan
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Brother And Sister Conversation Husband And Wife Literary Device London People And Animals The House
Hound of the Baskerville Ch 7 – Flashcards 52 terms
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Will Walter
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Gods Home Literary Device Russian United States
Island of the Blue Dolphins (Study Guide) 15 terms
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Henry Smith
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AP English Language And Composition Course(s) In English English/Language Arts 2 (10Th Grade) English/Language Arts 3 (11Th Grade) Irish Literary Device
Angela`s Ashes 71 terms
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Kevin Stewart
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Literary Literary Device Music History Musicology
HRR Study Guide 5 – Flashcards 25 terms
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Jaxon Craft
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Gallien’s statement that McCandless would “probably get hungry pretty quick and just walk out to the highway. That’s what any normal person would do,” is an example of the literary device of irony. What is ironic about the statement?
Bc Chris McCandless is not normal, and that is what he was thought to have been
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Gene says, ”Nothing endures, not a tree, not love, not even a death by violence.” What is the contrast, and what literary device is being put to use by the author in Chapter 1?
Violent death does not seem to fit with a tree or love, and foreshadows a violent death that takes place during the story
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When Emerson says the stars ”light the universe with their admonishing smiles,” he is using which literary device?
When Emerson refers to the stars as ”envoys of beauty”, he is using which literary device?
What literary device does the poem “They have Yarns” use?
What literary device do “The Mule” and “The Bumblebee” use?
If an author states that a character’s home reminds him of Noah’s Ark because it has a lot of animals, the author is using a literary device called
allusion, making a reference to a well-known piece of literature, mythology, religion, or history.
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Read the lines from “The Weary Blues.” Thump, thump, thump, went his foot on the floor. He played a few chords then he sang some more. The repetition of the word “thump” is an example of what literary device?
Theme Themes can give readers an insight into how the writer views human life or the world. They can be: Recognised through implicit (not obvious) information by analysing the characters, plot and other literary devices used. Expressed through the thoughts and feelings of the main characters Conveyed through the actions and events taking place Confused with the subject. For example the subject of a book may be of war but the theme is that war is a curse for humanity.
Love and friendship is explored in: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Device? What effect can this create?
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featured literary devices of “The Masque of the Red Death”
imagery and irony
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