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Web Quest. Figurative language is describe something by comparing it with something else. Poetry Among the rain and lights I saw the figure 5 in gold on a red Fire truck moving tense unheeded to gong clangs siren howls and wheels rumbling

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Web Quest

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  1. Web Quest

  2. Figurative language is describe something by comparing it with something else. • Poetry • Among the rain • and lights • I saw the figure 5 • in gold • on a red • Fire truck • moving • tense • unheeded • to gong clangs • siren howls • and wheels rumbling • through the dark city. by: D. A. Powell Figurative Language

  3. Author’s style is the unique voice of the author. Authors Style

  4. The definition of “tone” is the way the author expresses his attitude through his writing. Tone

  5. Mood is the feeling the reader feels from reading the piece or the mood created by or intended by the author. Mood

  6. Adevice in the narrative of a motion picture, novel, etc., by which an event or scene taking place before the present time in the narrative is inserted into the chronological structure of the work. I flashback thru my memories from long times past, Wonder how you could take what we had and toss it out like trash. Waited my whole life for a lover/friend/partner like you, Flashback

  7. When you want to let people know about an event that is yet to occur, you can use foreshadowing. Drawing upon the core of my being, I muster up the strength to survive. Stepping into another plane of existence; one in which I have no capacity to resist toxicity; I am vulnerable. Foreshadowing

  8. A figure of speech in which two essentially unlike things are compared, often in a phrase introduced by like or as. A simile is an easy way to compare two things, so examples of simile poems include any poem that makes comparisons using the words "like," "as," or "than." As long as you compare one thing to another, whether or not the two things you are comparing are actually alike or not, you can consider it a simile poem. Simile

  9. A figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally. Poetry by: Shalom Freedman Beauty is the language of metaphor and poetry without beauty is like poetry without metaphor like poetry without simile. Metaphor

  10. The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities. Symbolism

  11. Imagery

  12. Alliteration is a term that describes a literary stylistic devises. Betty Botter by: Mother Goose Betty Botter bought some butter, but, she said, the butter’s bitter; if I put it in my batter it will make my batter bitter, but a bit of better butter will make my batter better. Alliteration

  13. The repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds in neighboring words. • Poetry by: Robert Louis Stevenson • From folk that sat on the terrace and drew out the even long sudden crowing of laughter, monotonous drone of song; the quiet passage of souls over his head in the trees; and from all around the heaven the crumbling thunder of the seas.’’ farewell, my homes,” said Rua. ‘‘Farwell, O quiet seat! To- morrow in all your valleys the drum of death shall beat. Assonance

  14. An instance of using a word, phrase, or clause more than once in a short passage---dewing on a point. Poetry by: Emily Dickinson Title I’m nobody! Who are you I’m nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody too? Then there’s a pair of us-don’t tall! They’d banish us you know. How dreary to be somebody! How public, like frog. To tell your name livelong day To an admiring bog! Repetition

  15. An expression whose meaning is not predictable from the usual meanings of its constituent elements, as kick the bucket or hang one’s head, or from the general grammatical rules of a language , as the table round for the round table, and that is not a constituent of a larger expression of like characteristics. • Poetry • From the pen of William Wordsworth. • Evening Ode.."Mysoul,though yet confined to earth, • Rejoices in a second birth." • And from Ruth.."It was a fresh and glorious world,A banner bright that was unfurled. • I looked upon those hills and plains,And seemed as if let loose from chains" • it is a poem with idioms in the poem such as a cat got your tongue or u got a chip on ur shoulder • A poem that has idioms within it Idiom

  16. An extravagant statement or figure of speech not intended to be taken literally, as “to wait an eternity. Poetry • Let's look at a fun example. "His legs are as big as a Mac Truck". In comparing a person's legs to large truck usually used in construction, we are clearly exaggerating. Our aim is to express a point that this gentleman's got pretty big legs. ! maginethe size of his trousers! Hyperbole

  17. A figure of speech in which inanimate objects or abstractions are endowed with human qualities or are represented as possessing human form, as in Hunger sat shivering on the road or Flowers danced about the lawn. Also called prospopeia. • poetry • Hey diddle, Diddle, • The cat and the fiddle, • The cow jumped over the moon; • The little dog laughed • To see such sport, • And the dish ran away with the spoon. • Another of the humorous examples of personification in poetry is a poem called “A Cat Named Joe” where a cat thinks in a different way than cats usually think, and engages in conversation. Irony

  18. The formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to. • poetry • Onomatopoeia is loud noses like splash, boom, and drizzle. And there is lots more. Onomatopoeia

  19. Everyone knows what a person is, but do you know what personification is? Personification is when you assign the qualities of a person to something that isn't human or, in some cases, to something that isn't even alive. There are many reasons for using personification. It can be used as a method of describing something so that others can understand. It can be used to emphasize a point. It is a commonly favored literary tool, and you may in fact use personification without even knowing it. poem Willows bend to their partners while the spruces curtsey in response. Cherry trees form a circle and the oaks dance just like debutantes of woodpeckers tapping on their trunks and squirrels chattering in the boughs. Listen to the sounds of nature’s chorus What fun it does arouse! Personification

  20. My Friend, My Dog My dog is like a friend. I love to talk to my dog. My dog speaks to my heart. When she barks.

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