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Rhetorical Strategies

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1 artfully using one verb with two or more different objects.
9 a completely impossible figure of speech.
10 exaggeration
11 a form of powerful personification in which an inanimate object gains the ability to speak.
12 using vaguely suggestive, physical object to embody a more general idea.
13 the repetition of words in successive clauses in reverse grammatical order.
14 understatement(opposite of exaggeration).
15 the repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of the following clause.
16 the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning or in the middle of two or more adjacent words.
18 words that sound like what they mean.
21 a reference in a written or spoken text to another text or to some particular body of knowledge.
22 a comparison using like or as.
2 the juxtoposition of contrasting words or ideas, often in parallel structure.
3 the repetition of a group of words in the beginning of successive clauses.
4 when the writer uses a statement in the negative to create the effect.
5 using a part of a physical object to represent the whole object.
6 asking a rhetorical question to the reader as a transition or as a thought-provoking tool before proceeding.
7 using a different part of speech to act as another, such as a verb for noun, or noun for a verb.
8 giving human qualities to inanimate objects
17 a comparison not using like or as.
19 addressing someone or some personified abstraction that is not physically present.
20 talking about not being able to talk about something.
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