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INDIVIDUAL_WEEK_ONE - Literary Terms 1 Literary Terms and...

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Literary Terms 1 Literary Terms and Concept to Define Eng/120 October 06, 2010 James Lane
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Literary Terms 2 Literary Terms and Concept to Define 1. Allusion – is an indirect way of saying something. As Shakespeare did in all of his plays. Factory Work- all day I stand here, like this, over the hot glue machine, not too close to the wheel that bring up the glue, and I take those metals shanks, slide the backs of them in glue and make them lie down on the shoe bottoms. 2. Connotation – a way of defining or expressing the meaning of a word in a simpler way of understanding. The Hack Driver- He ain’t a bad sort of Yahoo but he just naturally hates to loosen up on a coin of the realm. 3. Denotation – exact meaning of a word. Nick Salernos – usually thirty homes on each side. You have thirty stops in an alley. I have nineteen alleys a week. They’re called units. 4. Figurative Language – a simple way of expressing the meaning of a word or situation to achieve better understanding of it. Balthazar’s Marvelous Afternoon- but bring it inside before they turn the
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