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9 Cards in this Set

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Alliteration
Repition of consinant sounds at the begining of succesive words (gnomes know newcastle)
Apostraphe
Way of addressing someone or something not ordinary spoken to
Assonance
Repition of vowel sounds
Personaphication
figure of speech in which a thing or animal or term is made human
Carpedeum
Sieze the day-make the best of the moment for tomm is not guarenteed
Metaphor
Most important poetic device- saying one this is literally not: to be, is, are, was, were
Implied Metaphor
To talk about 1 thing as if it were something else but not using a connector
Simile
A comparison of 2 dissimular objects by using a connector: like, as, then, resembles
Hyppurbably
Exageration for effect