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does repetitive homophones equate to epizeuxis?

Traditionally, they must be the same, having same spellings. However, when it comes to two different sounds, it seems that it is not this term.

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How are hyperboles similar to similes and metaphors?

Hyperboles are sometimes similes and metaphors when something highly different and incomparable is compared to another thing. For example, "You are a lion" is a hyperbole but at the same time it is also...

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What literary term could this relate to?

I think it is from Their Eyes were Watching God. It shows the use of "internal conflict" of a character as she cannot decide what to choose and what not.

November 25, 20195
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The speaker watered?

Both are correct. I think you are referring to Blake's poem "The Poison Tree."

November 21, 20195
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plz halp me

Please ask a relevant question instead of only asking help.

November 20, 20195
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Human Cylinders by Mina Loy

You can leave email to check with you details for further help.

November 20, 20195
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Allusion analyze and complete

Please do not ask for homework help. You can easily read the definition and check these sentences for allusions.

November 20, 20195
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symbolism in caedmon’s hymn

It could be if you remove "as" which is not making it a simile rather than a symbol. But it could be both. It depends on the readers what meanings he want to draw from it.

November 18, 20195
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Question mark?

Its denotation is the same as bread and rosettes.

November 15, 20195
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Denotation

Please see denotation. It is opposite to connotation. It means having a single, literal meanings of a word or term.

November 15, 20195
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How Small can a Rhyme Be?

It depends on what metrical pattern you are using. In free verse, it depends on rhythm.

November 14, 20195
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November 11, 201910
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Who is the author of the symbolism page?

It has been written by various authors and then edited. You can cite the article with website name in MLA as; "Symbolism." n. d. Literary Devices. www.literarydevices.net/symbolism. Accessed 9 Nov. 2019

November 10, 20195
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Who is the Author?

We have literary experts who write after consulting books and academic material.

November 10, 20195
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Allusion for field hockey

"A stick ball game very popular in some countries took the world by storm, creating animosities among all those countries." This is a futuristic sentence which alludes to the field hockey.

November 10, 20195
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Who tf is Joe?

Please ask a relevant question. In literary devices, it seems a rhetorical question.

November 5, 20195
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what is cheese

It is a popular food. In literary devices, it shows the use of consonance as well as assonance.

November 5, 20195
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Onomatopoeia

The use of word "babble" in Genesis 11:9 shows the use of Onomatopoeia.

November 5, 20195
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Iago’s poem in Othello

No, it does not have any name except that it has been differentiated with the rest through the use of heroic couple.

November 4, 20195
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what techniques are used here?

First one is epimone. Consonance of the sound /t/ Assonance of /ou/ and /e/ sounds

November 4, 20195
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