anonymous
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Allusion Imagery Metaphor Alliteration Foreshadowing Hyperbole Motif Epiphany Cliche Idiom
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A) A common expression that has taken a new meaning that differs from its original, literal meaning. B) A reference within a piece of literature to a historical or literary character, place, or event. C) An author's use of hints to suggest events that will occur later in the story. D) The comparison of one thing to another without using like or as. E) An overstatement or exaggeration of fact. F) Language that suggests sensory details. G) A recurring structure or idea that develops a literary work's main points. H) A powerful life-changing realization experienced by a character in a literary work. I) A familiar expression that has been overused. J) The repetition of similar sounds at the beginning of words.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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Mertsj
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I don't know the answer to these but if I had to do this I would do an internet search for "definition of allusion". Then I would pick the definition that matches what I found in my search and then I would go on to "definition of imagery" and so on.
anonymous
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a - idiom b - illusion c - foreshadowing d - metaphor e - hyperbole f - imagery g - motif h - epiphany i - cliche j - alliteration

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