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Unit 3 Success: Defining It, Measuring It, Setting & Achieving Goals. Literary Terms . Literary Terms. Syntax: the arrangement of words in a sentence Diction: the particular choice of words Denotation: the literal dictionary meaning of a word

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literary terms
Literary Terms
  • Syntax: the arrangement of words in a sentence
  • Diction: the particular choice of words
  • Denotation: the literal dictionary meaning of a word
  • Connotation: the suggested meaning of a word beyond the dictionary definition
  • Tone: the writer’s attitude towards a subject
  • Purpose: what the writer wants the reader to understand
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Literary Terms
  • Literal Language: means exactly what it says
  • Figurative Language: changes the literal meaning for the sake of comparison or emphasis
    • Alliteration: repetition of beginning sounds
    • Metaphor: a comparison between two seemingly unlike things
    • Personification: Givingan object, animal, idea humanlike qualities
    • Simile: a comparison using the words “like” or “as”
    • Hyperbole: the use of exaggeration
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Literary Terms
  • Style (poetry): poet’s creative process determined by choices involving diction, figurative language, rhetorical devices, sounds, and rhythmic patterns
    • Stanza: two or more lines of poetry that form one of the divisions of a poem
    • Rhyme Scheme: the pattern established by the arrangement of rhymes in a stanza or poem
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Literary Terms
  • Rhetorical Strategies: persuasive strategies
    • Ethos: the source\'s credibility, the speaker\'s/author\'s authority
    • Logos: the logic used to support a claim; can also be the facts and statistics used to help support the argument
    • Pathos: the emotional appeal, appeals to an audience\'s needs, values, and emotional sensibilities.
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