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1Jessy-Patrick Ngenzi, Ibrahim IraqiNicholas StrachanIntroduction to College EnglishFriday, December 10th, 2020Final Examination F2020 for Introduction to College English: LiteratureSection 1 – Literary Terms (Definitions)Persona:Speaker of the poem.Example:In the short storyMy Papa’s Waltzthe kid is the persona.Image(ry):Can appeal to any of the 5 senses.Example: In the storyFear of Snake, the snake can be an image ofthe girl overcoming her fear of reptiles at the moment.Symbol:Is a literary device by which an objectis imbued with anotherdeeper meaning.Example:In the storyFear of Snake, the snake can be viewed as asexual symbol.Simple Rhyme:rhyming word that have the same number of syllableExample:The wordsdayandplay.Allusion:Is a reference in a poem to another , literary, political orphilosophical work . (In The Pillowman their is an allusion of The Childrenof Hamelin)Example:In the Pillowman story, there is an allusion to the storyTheChildren of Hamelin

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