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Figures of Speech - Definition and Examples
The figures of speech are the various rhetorical uses of language that depart from customary construction, order, or significance.
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Top 20 Figures of Speech - Definitions and Examples
Though there are hundreds of figures of speech, here we'll focus on just 20 of the most common figures.
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figure of speech - definition and examples of a figure of speech
As Professor Brian Vickers has observed, "It is a sad proof of the decline of rhetoric that in modern colloquial English the phrase 'a figure of speech' has come to ...
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Teaching the Figures of Speech in Movies - Grammar & Composition
Drawing on N. Roy Clifton's book "The Figure in Film," we look at several examples of visual metaphors, similes, and other figures of speech in movies.
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Brief Introductions to 30 Common Figures of Speech
What's the difference between a metaphor and a simile? personification and apostrophe? understatement and litotes? Of the hundreds of figures of speech, ...
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Writing Styles and Figures of Speech Resources Index
Style & Figures of Speech. Style and rhetoric are ancient arts--of persuasion, expression, and effective communication--that are just as valuable to writers today ...
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Oxymoron - Definition and Examples (Figure of Speech)
An oxymoron is a figure of speech in which incongruous or seemingly contradictory terms appear side by side.
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simile - definition and examples of similes - figures of speech
A simile is a figure of speech in which two fundamentally unlike things are explicitly compared, usually in a phrase introduced by "like" or "as."
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Figurative Language - Definition and Examples
Figurative language is language in which figures of speech (such as metaphors, similes, and hyperbole) freely occur.
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Rhetorical Study Questions - Figures of Speech in Context ...
You're asked to examine the various effects created (and meanings conveyed) by a variety of figures of speech. The tips following each passage direct you to ...
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