anonymous
  • anonymous
What is Diction and Connotation? im not sure how to use them or find them in writing?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://literary-devices.com/content/diction http://literary-devices.com/content/diction hope this helps. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Diction or choice of words separates good writing from bad writing. It depends on a number of factors. Firstly, the word has to be right and accurate. Secondly, words should be appropriate to the context in which they are used. Lastly, the choice of words should be such that the listener or readers understand easily. Besides, proper diction or proper choice of words is important to get the message across. On the contrary, the wrong choice of words can easily divert listeners or readers which results in misinterpretation of the message intended to be conveyed. connotation refers to a meaning that is implied by a word apart from the thing which it describes explicitly. Words carry cultural and emotional associations or meanings in addition to their literal meanings or denotations. For instance, “Wall Street” literally means a street situated in Lower Manhattan but connotatively it refers to “wealth” and “power”. it depends on what you're reading but these are used in a lot of writings. i know for sure that F.Scott Fitzgerald uses diction and connotation in many of his novels to catch the readers eyes. hope this helps!

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