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Transcript of Literary Terms
because all of the ambulances needed to be repaired. Ironic, huh? Allusion: A figure of speech that makes a reference to a person, place, event, or literary work either directly or indirectly. For Example: Keely's boyfriend Ben gives her chocolates one day. When she sees him later that day, she says "Ben, you're such a Romeo!" She made an allusion to Romeo and Juliet. P.S. Keely and Ben are NOT dating(: Hehe(: Flashback: An interjected scene in a literary work or movie that takes the story to a point in time before where the narrator is now. For Example: Kate is talking to her best friend Lily about last summer, when they were at the beach. Kate has a flashback when Lily brings up the time they built a huge sandcastle. http://www.freevector.com/pop-art-girl/ http://desertpeace.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/sand-castle.jpg Yay(: Alliteration: Use of the same consonant sound at the beginning of two or more words that are close to each other. For Example: Caleb cooks a carrot cake at Keely Caddell's cottage. See, they don't have to have the same letter, just the same sound. Easy as Pie. Personification: A product or inanimate object that's given human qualites. For Example: The wind whispers in the trees. I felt like the trees were watching me. http://bristolwood.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/the-trees-have-eyes-3small.jpg Trees can't actually watch you, so it's Personification! The End(: An example of a movie with a flashback is The Notebook. They flashback to when they were young http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NKsW37SxiY&feature=related http://bit.ly/m097f6 http://bit.ly/mNuWTp http://media.onsugar.com/files/2011/04/15/3/1547/15473760/image_24.jpg http://atlantatoyota.org/files/2011/02/valentines-chocolates-clipart1.jpg