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Argimentative essay about health insurance

I can just guide you about its structure. First you need to imagine its thesis statement. Then write introduction with background information to your topic and insert thesis by the end of your introduction....

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I need a theme

Please post a question relevant to some literary work in terms of literary terms or literary devices or rhetorical devices to get a good reply.

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Types of narratives

It depends on how you are looking at the narrative from structural point of view or critical point of view.

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Why is Scarlett spelled with two Ts?

I think this is a typo mistake. Thanks for pointing it out. We shall correct it soon.

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artical slang

If it is MLA then put slang heading in quotes, write the website name, date as [n.d] if not given, then copy URL link and write date when you have done this such as; "Slang." Literary Devices. n. d. www.literarydevices.com/slang....

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What literary devices are used in this poem? “Our hearts are one.”

There are various devices. For example, the use of /t/ sound in "those tearful eyes" shows the use of consonance. The use of /w/ wound in "We will dare" show the use of alliteration that means the use...

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Julius Caesar

There are two literary devices. The first is repetition that is "I love" and as this is also a phrase, it is chiasmus as well.

June 16, 20195
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what does logos mean?

Logos is a Greek word that means "logic." It is a rhetorical device used to appeal logic. It comprises a sentence or a statement free of logical fallacies. Is it clear?

June 16, 20195
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To whom do I cite this website, Literary Devices?

You need to set its title to replace author and then so on. It is given in a separate section.

June 11, 20195
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How to analyse the speech devices in this Eliot’s poem?

Do you mean speech devices or stylistic devices? Or you mean rhetorical devices? Please clarify.

June 11, 20195
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How to analyse the speech devices in this Eliot’s poem?

Please set your question correctly. Are you referring to speech devices or stylistic devices?

June 11, 20195
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Five methods of persuasion that support a claim

I think you mean rhetorical techniques which are ethos, pathos, logos and kairos.

June 11, 20195
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no entiendo nada

Please write a complete question to get a correct answer.

June 9, 20195
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What figurative language is this pls health

It is epimone that is also a type of repetition. But it is intended to create specific impacts with the repetition of a phrase such as "those chains" in this case.

June 9, 20195
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Mood word descriptive languages.

Please reset your questions. Otherwise, the answer is to use imagery for romantic mood.

June 6, 20195
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Can I have someone find the literary devices in this for me?

There are many devices. Anaphora has been used in the second and third line and there is the use of repetition of "rise up" which is also a refrain. Rest you can ask one by one.

June 6, 20195
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Frankenstein Question

This is a paradox.

June 6, 20195
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Syllogism and Fallacies

It should be; Major premise: He is a student. Minor premise: He is stupid. Conclusion: All students are stupid.

May 28, 20195
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shifting point of view

It is not an issue of correctness. It is entirely upto a write to use first or second person in narratives.

May 23, 20195
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