Flashcards in Terms #1 Deck (14):
Reference to something the writer assumes the reader will know and understand.
Using elements in sentences that are grammatically similar or identical in sentence structure, sound, and meaning.
A literary device where authors repeat the same word or clauses in order to make an idea clearer.
"Opposite" rhetorical devices in which two opposing ideas are put together in a sentence.
Annoyed, frustrated, or worried.
Extremely bold or daring
Emotion (usually happiness or sadness) evoked by remembering so,etching from your past that you want to relive or go back to.
Informal, casual talk; slang or jargon
Looking or sounding sad and dismal.
Indicating or suggesting that one believes a person has done something wrong.
Refusing to believe something; expressing disbelief.
Feeling or showing deep hatred or disapproval
A person who lives in or comes from a place far away from big cities.