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  1. A creative expression (figure of speech) that is worn out from too much use.
  2. Great exaggeration
  3. A brief, indirect reference to something with which the author expects the reader to be familiar (historical event or object)
  4. A difference between the way things seem and the way they really are. Most Common Type - Situational -- where events that happen in a way that is opposite of what everyone expects. This is what you have always called just "irony."
  5. When two UNLIKE objects or people are put together in a story. Ex: socks and flip flops

4 True/False questions

  1. ForeshadowingHints or clues that the author gives about what will happen next. Often symbols help to foreshadow.

          

  2. SimileA direct comparison of two UNLIKE items using LIKE or As.

          

  3. ImageryA difference between the way things seem and the way they really are. Most Common Type - Situational -- where events that happen in a way that is opposite of what everyone expects. This is what you have always called just "irony."

          

  4. OxymoronWhen an object used takes on a deeper meaning. Ex: The heart shaped key in Hugo is a symbol for life.