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Image
A word or words, either figurative or literal, used to describe a sensory experience or an object perceived by the sense. An image is always a concrete representation.
Imagery
Words or phrases that use a collection of images to appeal to one or more of the five senses in order to create a mental picture.
Induction
The process that moves from a given series of specifics to a generalization.
Inference
A Conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
Interior Monologue
Writing that records the conversation that occurs inside a character's head.
Invective
A verbally abusive attack.
Inversion
Reversing the customary( subject first, then complement) order of elements in a sentence or phrase; it is used effectively in many cases, such as posing a question: " Are you going to the store?" Usually, the element that appears first is emphasized more than the subject.
Irony
A situation or statement in which the actual outcome or meaning is opposite to what was expected.
Jargon
The special language of a profession or group. The term jargon usually has pejorative associations, with the implication that jargon is evasive, tedious, and unintelligible to outsiders. The writings of the lawyer and the literacy critic ar both susceptible to jargon.
Logic
the process of reasoning.