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Terms #2. The five terms on the upcoming slides 5 Steps to 5 Glossary Terms All the A’s Test: Tuesday , October 2. Literary Terms. Absolute A word free from limitations or qualifications “best,” “all,” “unique,” “perfect” Anaphora

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terms 2
Terms #2
  • The five terms on the upcoming slides
  • 5 Steps to 5 Glossary Terms
    • All the A’s

Test: Tuesday, October 2

literary terms
Literary Terms
  • Absolute
    • A word free from limitations or qualifications
      • “best,” “all,” “unique,” “perfect”
  • Anaphora
    • The repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consecutive lines or sentences
      • "That my heart has been troubled, that Ihave not sought this nomination, that I could not seek it in good conscience, that I would not seek it in honest self-appraisal, is not to say that I value it the less. Rather, it is that I revere the office of the Presidency of the United States."
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Aphorism

    • A concise statement that expresses succinctly a general truth or idea, often using rhyme or balance
      • The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
  • Apostrophe
    • A figure of speech in which one directly addresses an absent or imaginary person, or some abstraction
      • •O books who alone are liberal and free, who give to all who ask of you and enfranchise all who serve you faithfully! -- Richard de Bury
  • Asyndeton
    • A construction in which elements are presented in a series without conjunctions
      • On his return he received medals, honors, treasures, titles, fame.