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12 terms

Paris Bowman Jr.

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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