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      the precise, literal meaning of a word.
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      • metaphor

      • connotation

      • denotation

      • simile

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      1. the precise, literal meaning of a word.
        1. metaphor
        2. connotation
        3. denotation
        4. simile
      2. the associations and impressions carried by a word
        1. metaphor
        2. image
        3. denotation
        4. connotation
      3. the making of "pictures in words"
        1. imagery
        2. theme
        3. hyperbole
        4. onomatopoeia
      4. "Morning is a new sheet of paper for you to write on"
        1. theme
        2. metaphor
        3. simile
        4. tone
      5. "Here and there his brown skin hung in strips like ancient wallpaper"
        1. metaphor
        2. simile
        3. irony
        4. allusion
      6. a reference to a historical or fictional characters, places, or events, or to other works
        1. motif
        2. allusion
        3. paradox
        4. satire
      7. when human characteristics are attributed to non-human objects
        1. denotation
        2. connotation
        3. satire
        4. personification
      8. exaggeration or overstatement
        1. onomatopoeia
        2. hyperbole
        3. tone
        4. theme
      9. the use of words whose sound imitates the sound of the thing being named
        1. onomatopoeia
        2. hyperbole
        3. alliteration
        4. tone
      10. the fundamental idea expressed in a literary work
        1. tone
        2. satire
        3. theme
        4. paradox
      11. anything that signifies, or stands for, something else
        1. symbol
        2. irony
        3. theme
        4. tone
      12. The attitude of the author toward the reader and the subject
        1. symbol
        2. mood
        3. tone
        4. theme
      13. When the audience is aware of a character's situation before the character is
        1. paradox
        2. dramatic irony
        3. mood
        4. satire
      14. a literary tone that makes fun of something in order to bring about change
        1. satire
        2. irony
        3. paradox
        4. mood
      15. The prevailing atmosphere in a literary work
        1. tone
        2. theme
        3. mood
        4. motif
      16. the repetition of initial consonant sounds
        1. alliteration
        2. assonance
        3. dissonance
        4. onomatopoeia
      17. a statement that appears to contradict itself, but is essentially true.
        1. satire
        2. connotation
        3. dramatic irony
        4. paradox
      18. a figure of speech in which there is a contrast between what is said and what is meant
        1. verbal irony
        2. dramatic irony
        3. hyperbole
        4. connotation
      19. substitutes the name of a related object, person, or idea for the subject at hand.
        1. metonymy
        2. synecdoche
        3. allusion
        4. inference
      20. a figure of speech in which a part of something stands for the whole thing
        1. synecdoche
        2. metonomy
        3. allusion
        4. symbol
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