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Hyperbole

Definition of Hyperbole Hyperbole is a figure of speech and literary device that creates heightened effect through deliberate exaggeration. Hyperbole is often a boldly overstated or exaggerated claim or statement…

Adynaton

…in the use of adynaton are exaggerated in order to emphasize something. Adynaton and Hyperbole Adynaton is a kind of hyperbole, though it is an extreme form. When hyperbole goes…

Figure of Speech

…they mean. Here are some common examples of conversational figures of speech: Hyperbole Hyperbole is a figure of speech that utilizes extreme exaggeration to emphasize a certain quality or feature….

Trope

…the meanings and understanding of trope, it has been classified into several types. Some of its types include, irony, hyperbole, metaphor, allegory, litotes, pun, personification, simile, metonymy, and synecdoche. Here…

Phenomenal Woman

…fire. Hyperbole: A hyperbole is used to exaggerate a particular condition or situation. Maya has used hyperbole in the start of the second stanza, “I walk into a room just…

Pride and Prejudice

…Bingley’s married or single life is also a type for foreshadowing. Hyperbole: Hyperbole or exaggeration occurs when Jane Austen opens the book; “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a…

Animal Farm

…to make them prepare for the revolution. Hyperbole: Hyperbole or exaggeration occurs when Squealer is engaged in stating things and attributing them to Snowball. Old Major is also engaged in…

To Kill a Mockingbird

…of the scenes where they appear, Atticus Finch is the real hero who fights for Tom to end racial prejudice. Hyperbole: Hyperbole or exaggeration occurs when Harper Lee writes about…

The Old Man and The Sea‎

…never dared to. This foreshadows that he is going to do some unusual and different. Hyperbole: Hyperbole or exaggeration occurs when Manolin makes the old man feel that he is…