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    In the book, Fahrenheit 451,written by Ray Bradbury, he had put in literary devices to help readers understand what is going on throughout the context of the story. The literary devices used in the book were imagery and personification. These literary devices will help shows how technology ruins personal relationships. Bradbury had used a literary device such as imagery. Montag had described the machine used on Mildred, he had said “They had this machine. They had two machines really. One of them

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    Literary Device and Their Uses The use of literary devices has proven to be the key to a successful short story. An author's use of these devices makes or breaks the story for a reader. He must successfully define such things as the character, theme and setting to put the reader into their mind frame to fully understand and feel the story. In this week's readings, we are shown the authors' use of literary devices with serious ironies to show human condition and the nature of humanity. Such stories

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    In Alice Munro’s short story, “The Turkey Season” the writer uses literary devices to bring hidden meaning to character, theme, plot and setting. Subliminal use of similes, metaphors, personification, and onomatopoeias bring a more profound understanding to the work. The first example of a literary device which bring meaning to the short story, “The Turkey Season” is, “Notice about Herb — he always walks like he had a boat moving under him”(Munro, 85). In this scenario, a simile compares Herb’s

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    his own spin on the subject with his poem Incident in a Rose Garden, in which he used figurative language devices such as personification, imagery, metaphor, and simile, to enhance the text and communicate a theme that not only gives Death itself a character, but also tries to disprove the common idea that the young outlive the old. Justice tries to answer these questions using literary devices called figurative language, and the usage of personification, metaphor, imagery, and simile enhance the

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    Literary devices used in Animal Farm Timothy Quong What is the definition of a good novel? Opinions on this question may differ, but there are many things that good novels have in common. Most importantly, the reader must enjoy the novel. When I use the word enjoy, I don’t necessarily mean that it should make the reader ‘happy’ or ‘joyful’. The novel should give the reader a valuable or worthwhile experience. Many good novels often address topics that relate to our own reality. In George Orwell’s

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    something, but I couldn't figure out how to say it. So I wanted to say it in music because I knew it would be a little more impactful. I wanted to say we are great in this relationship together, and I feel like it could even get better." The three literary devices used in this poem to get the theme across are hyperbole, simile, and indirect characterization. Hunter Hayes uses hyperbole, which is an extreme exaggeration, to express how much he needs the one he loves. In line one, the speaker states, “You

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    Literary Devices used in Macbeth Imagine how dull a Shakespearean play would be without the ingenious literary devices and techniques that contribute so much to the fulfillment of its reader or viewer. Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy that combines fact and legend to tell the story of an eleventh century king. Shakespeare uses numerous types of literary techniques to make this tragic play more appealing. Three literary devices that Shakespeare uses to make Macbeth more interesting

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    Explication Through a multitude of literary devices and techniques, Walt Whitman's poem, "Song of Myself," is one of his most famous contributions to American literature. He uses simile and metaphor, paradox, rhythm, and free verse style, to convey his struggle between the relation of the body and soul, the physical and the spiritual being. He continues to disobey all social restrictions of the romantic time period. From the beginning, Whitman begins by stating, "What I shall assume, you shall assume

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    “All the world’s a stage the men and women merely players”. This line is the beginning of the “The Seven Ages of Man” and is a recurring question throughout the poem. You may wonder how the world is stage, and through his use of similes, metaphors, and imagery Shakespeare explains this elaborates on this question. William Shakespeare’s use of similes in the “Seven Ages of Man” helps to start the poem and give it a meaning early on by adding emphasis on certain topics. For example in the beginning

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    able to escape it, but alas, cannot, and, in the end, he dies. In The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock, T.S. Eliot expresses a sense of regret using literary devices, such as imagery, metaphors, and allusion. While among other literary devices used in this poem, imagery creates the biggest impact due to the fact that it is the most prevalent literary device in this poem. Imagery uses words and/or phrases that appeal to the senses to create a mind-blowing

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