Metaphor - Comparing two things directly to show a likeness (e.g. All the world’s a stage), Simile - Comparing two things using the words 'like' or 'as'., Alliteration - When words are used in quick succession that begin with the same letter. , Repetition - Repeating the same word/phrase/idea more than once for deliberate effect., Personification - Giving human characteristics to something that is non-human (usually an object or an animal), Pathetic fallacy - When nature or an object are given human feelings that mirror the feelings of the character in the novel. , Foreshadowing - Giving the reader a hint of something that is going to happen without revealing the story or spoiling the suspense., Dramatic irony - When the audience, or reader, know something that the characters on stage, or in a novel, don't., Connotations - Associations people make with words that go beyond the literal or dictionary definition., Imagery - When an author uses words and phrases to create “mental images” for the reader., Satire - The practice of making fun of a human weakness or character flaw.,

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