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Romeo and Juliet act 3 scene 1

You need to read Murcutio and Bonvolio's dialogues to locate it.

2 days ago5
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Can someone find a idiom inside Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

There are many if you read it minutely and slowly such as; 1. squash the mag­ic 2. come face to face 3. only thing at stake etc.

4 days ago5
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Figure of speech

There are three figures of speech. One is simile as the word "like" suggests and other two are poetic devices. The first is consonance that is the use of consonant sound of /l/ and second is also consonant...

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What is “culling” as a theme?

It falls under the category of Culling Theme. However, in critique, it falls into theoretical study of literature which could be "othering" as well as Focauldian concept of "power."

6 days ago5
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Guest post

No, presently, there is no interest except literature and literary devices.

October 4, 20195
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Rising actions in Click Clack the Rattle Bag

Please give a full reference to the story, novel or poem that you want to ask.

October 3, 20195
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Author’spurpose nothing pops up why not?

Please ask the question in clear English. It is ambiguous.

October 3, 20195
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Please ask relevant questions in English language.

October 3, 20192
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Explorers on the moon

Sure, presently the space does not allow more comments. Later, it would be critiqued accordingly. Thanks for pointing it out.

September 26, 20195
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To find assonance in givn discription

It is the sound of /o/ which is repeated here.

September 25, 20195
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is there any thing that’s fun to do around this place ?

You should take interest in your studies or read interesting stories.

September 17, 20195
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Literature reference?

Sure, thank you. Some professors are working over this website. You can contact here or send your email for assistance about papers, books and arguments.

September 17, 20195
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You can ask a relevant question here and continue this discussion further.

September 10, 20192
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What literary devices are in this? “Stocking stuffers to keep the whole family smiling.”

There are alliterations as /s/, /m/ and /t/ sounds have been repeated in quick succession.

September 8, 20195
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Is this the correct poem?

Thank you very much for pointing it out. The error in tag line is corrected.

September 5, 20195
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How to explain all my fillings and pain?

Please ask a relevant question in standard English.

September 1, 20195
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What literary devices are in this?

There is rhetorical device, repetition, of the word "look." It could also be called "pun" as it shows play upon this word.

August 14, 20195
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WHO runs / put together LiteraryDevices.net … It’s marvelous!

We have working professors to add the content. Thanks for appreciation.

August 11, 20195
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What is elegiac poetry

It means poetry written to mourn the death of somebody. Elegy always comprises elegiac verses or elegiac poetry.

August 11, 20195
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