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Figurative Language in Dark Emperor by Joyce Sidman. Alliteration Personification Simile References. By: Laurin Endres and Joe Smoe. Alliteration . "The night's a sea of dappled dark" Alliteration because both of the world start with the same letter, " d .”

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Figurative language in dark emperor by joyce sidman

Figurative Language in Dark Emperor by Joyce Sidman

  • Alliteration

  • Personification

  • Simile

  • References

By: LaurinEndres and Joe Smoe


Alliteration
Alliteration

  • "The night's a sea of dappled dark"

  • Alliteration because both of the world start with the same letter, "d.”

  • The repetition of the same initial letter, sound, or group of sounds in a s

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Personification
Personification

  • "As nighttime rustles at my knee, I stand in silent gravity and quietly continue chores of feeding leaves and sealing pores."

  • The tree can't actually do chores.

  • A figure of speech in which human characteristics are given

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Simile
Simile

  • "Evening unfolds like a primrose, pale and scented." Uses the world "like”

  • A simile uses the words “like” or “as” to compare one object or idea with another to suggest they are alike.

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References used
References Used

  • Figurative Language Info


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