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1 Diction Oxymoron Alliteration Style: Diction Style: Diction Style: Diction Anaphora Dialect Epistrophe Style: Diction Style: Diction Style: Diction Syncope Absolutes Syllepsis Style: Diction Style: Diction Style: Diction

2 Attitude Tone Mood Style: Diction Style: Diction Style: Diction Ambiguity Connotation Denotation Style: Diction Style: Diction Style: Diction Onomatopoeia Style Stylistic Devices Style: Diction Style: Diction Style: Diction

3 Syntax Inverted Phrase/ Syntax Phrasing Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Sentence Structure Juxtaposition Parallelism Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Balanced Periodic Loose Sentence Sentence Sentence Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style: Syntax

4 Cumulative Sentence Chiasmus Colloquial Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Ellipsis Anti-Climax Rhetorical Question Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Antecedent Clause Complex Sentence Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style: Syntax

5 Compound Simple Sentence Sentence Style: Syntax Style: Syntax Style Style Style Style Style Style Style

6 Figures of Speech Analogy Symbol Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Personification Allegory Metaphor Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Simile Euphemism Metonymy/ Synecdoche Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy

7 Aphorism Hyperbole Understatement Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Figurative Language: Analogy Imagery Personification Allusion Figurative Language: Imagery Figurative Language: Imagery Figurative Language: Imagery Synaesthesia Motif Inference Figurative Language: Imagery Figurative Language: Imagery Figurative Language: Imagery

8 Irony Verbal Situational Irony Irony Figurative Language: Irony Figurative Language: Irony Figurative Language: Irony Dramatic Irony Satire Paradox Figurative Language: Irony Figurative Language: Irony Figurative Language: Irony Sarcasm/ Sarcastic Figurative Language: Irony Figurative Language Figurative Language

9 Logical Begging the Rhetoric Fallacies Question Argument / Rhetoric Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Circular Reasoning Either / or Fallacy False Analogy Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Overgeneralization Post hoc, Ergo Propter hoc Non- Sequitur Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies

10 False Persuasive Pathos Dilemma Devices Argument / Rhetoric: Logical Fallacies Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Order of Logos Ethos Importance Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Chronological Spatial Induction Order Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion

11 Deduction Inference Anecdote Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Purpose Syllogism Pedantry Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Damning with Faint Praise Digression Audience Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion

12 Patterns of Essay Purpose Thesis Development Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Description Narration Exemplification Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Division- Process Comparison- Classification Analysis Contrast Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development

13 Cause & Argument- Definition Effect Persuasion Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric: Essay Development Argument / Rhetoric Argument / Rhetoric Argument / Rhetoric Argument / Rhetoric Argument / Rhetoric Argument / Rhetoric

14 Point of View Onmiscient 1st Person Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. 3rd Person Limited Omniscient Multiple P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Narrative Literary Persona Techniques Features Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V.

15 Fiction Non-Fiction Genre Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Epiphany Details Denoument Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Digression Plot Character Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V.

16 Rising Action Foreshadow Setting Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: P.O.V. Theme Literary Structure: P.O.V. Literary Structure: Literary Structure: Literary Structure: Literary Structure: Literary Structure:

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