Davis Porter

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Question Answer
ToneThe attitude of a narrator or speaker
ThemeThe central topic or idea explored or idea in a text This is usually not stated directly
Connotation The feelings and ideas associated with a word
Rhythm/Meterthe pattern of stressed and unstressed beats, commonly in poetry
Similea type of figurative language that compares two unlike things, using “like” or “as.”
Metaphora type of figurative language that compares two unlike things without using “like” or “as.” This device asserts that one thing is another thing.
DictionThe author’s choice of words. This device helps create tone and develop characters.
ImageryWords that appeal to the readers’ senses.
Parallel StructureRepeating words and sentence structure. This device often either juxtaposes contrasting images or ideas to show their stark difference, or joins similar concepts to show their connection.