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Dicton: In Pride and Prejudice, AusTen's dicton is always superlatve, of The highesT form, and even Ki±y and Lydia make no errors in vocabulary choices or grammar or synTax when They incorporaTe colloquial expressions inTo Their Talk. As To imagery, AusTen's imagery is usually of The absTracT sorT (employing absTracT dicton). One is "eleganT" and feels "esTeem" and experiences "disapprobaton," which are all absTracT concepTs. Simile – AusTen uses few similes in The novel. ²his simile represenTs an exaggeraton in order To engage The reader and provide a comparison. ²he similes are used To help The reader undersTand a characTer’s emotons and feelings aT a cerTain scene in The novel. Imagery – Imager is one of The mosT common Techniques used by AusTen in The novel, mosT oFen used To porTray a characTer’s emotons and feelings. ²his allows The reader To imagine The scenario and geT a be±er undersTanding of The characTers and Their actons.
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This document was uploaded on 12/10/2016 for the course ENGLISH 112 at Indiana Connections Academy.

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