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tone

attitude toward the materials and the reader

satire

the use of irony, sarcasem, ridicule

similie

a comparrison between two unlike things using like or as

dramatic

any situation having vival emotional conflicting or striking

parralelism

repeated synactical similarities introduced for rhetorical effect

scholar

one who has profound knowledge on aparticular subject

indigant

expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, or insulting

antithesis

the direct opposite

apostrophe

addressing of an absent person or a personified thing rhetorically

alliteration

recurrence of sounds in words

imagery

formation of mental images, figures or likeness of some things

effusive

pouring out; overflowing

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