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Sarcasm Rhetorical Question Simile Oxymoron Tone Onomatopoeia Theme Paradox Personification Pun

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    A) Two terms that seem to contradict each other. B) A statement that seems contradictory but actually expresses a deeper truth. C) A question asked to make an impact or call attention to something, not asked to get an actual answer. D) A comparison of two things that uses the words like or as E) Using human characteristics to describe inanimate objects. F) A verbal tone used to suggest that the person means the opposite of what he or she is saying. G) The author's attitude toward the story or subject H) A play on words using words that are similar in sound but have very different meanings. I) A universal idea explored in a literary work. J) The use of words such as buzz or hiss.

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