say, but they do not always say what they mean. The dismissal bell was music to my ears. Synecdoche a type of metaphor in which the part stands for the whole, the whole for a part, the genus for the species, the species for the genus, the material for the thing made, or in short, any partion, section, or main quality are Art Museums a Public Good? for the.
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Imagery 16, what is this? When the speaker of Ben Jonson's poem laments the "adulteries of art he compares not only the act of dressing to an art, but also compares that art to committing adultery; the first comparison ascribes the qualities of art to the everyday act of dressing. Presentation on theme: "Figurative Language and Imagery Figurative Language Opposite of literal language. I am not Prince Hamlet he assumes that have read or seen a production of Shakespeare's play, and that we will know that in making his negative comparison (allusion is a kind of metaphor he is saying that his indecisiveness has nothing like the tragic. "creaming and "shouting appeal to our sense of hearing or auditory sense. Eight O'clock " is personified: it "sprinkles" the quarter hours on the town and figuratively "strikes" the "he" of the poem, as well as literally "striking" (chiming) the hour of the morning. Example: My wedding ring is a band of white gold and diamonds. Example: "The wind yells while blowing." The wind can't yell. Example: She was wide-eyed and wondering while she waited for Walter to waken. My tongue danced as I bit into the apple. 9, personification Type of metaphor in which a nonhuman thing or quality is talked about as if it were human. The words "dar# and "dim are visual images.
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