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Language

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Pauline Gabowicz

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Language

Language It has many things that you can use for anylizing a poem or book. Imagery Onomatopoeia Alliteration Consoance Assonance Metaphor Hyperbole Personification Symbles Synecdoche Similie Irony Allusions Saying something but meaning the opposite Comparisons of a thing using 'like' or 'as'. for example you are like a rose. Eggsadurated comparriosons. Like you are like the world. Strong enought to brake itselft and beautiful. To make parts of your body/ animals body represent all of themself. For ex. All hands on deck ( Hands = people) References to the same thing ( books, art, movies, and events) To animate objects,
discribing concepts. Initials or meaning (words) Words that have words start with the same letter vowel. Last words are the same letter and vowel too. Anything that represents something. To represent something for example a dove means peace Indenticle or similar vowel sounds. To compare two things.
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