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Homeric Simili
An extended comparison that mounts in excitement and usually ends in a climax. The Homeric simile is also known as the epic simile Written by homer the writer of the Odyssey
Symbolism
a word which we use as writers to mean something else or be associated with something else
Speaker
The voice in a poem
Tone
Pitch or feel that the peice is written to portray
Imagery
The use of words to provide a mental image.
Dictation
writers choice of words
Characterization
How a charactor is portrayed