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Literary Terms I Croosword

Alan Perez

Find the literary terms.

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2.Comparison of two things using the words "like" or "as"; e.g. "Her smile was as cold as ice."
5.An expression that means something different than what the words actually say
6.Human qualities attributed to an animal, object, or idea, e.g. “The wind exhaled.
7.The repetition of initial consonent sounds used especially in poetry. Example-the fair breeze blew, the white foam flew
8.The use of words that imitate sounds. Examples-"hiss", "buzz", "swish", and "crunch"
10.Comparison of two things essentially different but with some commonalities; does not use "like" or "as' e.g. "Her smile was ice."
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1.Language that has meaning beyond the literal meaning; also known as "figures of speech"
3.Important hints that an author drops to prepare the reader for what is to come, and help the reader anticipate the outcome
4.A purposeful exaggeration for emphasis or humor
9.The writer's attitude toward the subject

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