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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Meta IMAGERY Auditory Imagery Guastatory Imagery Visual Imagery Takes into account graphic or visual scenes.The sense of sight. Reference to the sense of taste through literature. Pertains to soundsor noises. The sense of hearing is present. What is Imagery? Olfactory Imagery Pertains to smellsand odors. The sense of smell is invoked. Imagery is a literary device used in prose and poetry for visual aid.Uses figurative language to represent objects, actions and ideas in such a way that it appeals to our physical senses. Kinesthetic Imagery Refers to movement or bodily motion. The sense of touch. From the examples below, state which type of imagery each belongs to: "The roar of trees, the crack of branches, beating on a box..""She was like a breath of fresh air infusing life back into him." "I craved strong sweets no joy but lacks salt..""The pot was a red as a tongue after eating a cherry flavored ring pop.""You grasp the bark by a rugged pleat,/ And look up small from the forest's feet.""I feel the ladder sway as the boughs bend.""The animal let out a shrill meow of hunger." "The blanket was as soft as cotton and as smooth as silk.""The first bite she took filled her mouth with a spicy kick from the jalapeños, and so she drank the sweet and fruity juice she had been given.""The tavern was worn down with age, the wooden bar chipping away, the floors looking black from the dirt, and the ceiling carrying dark brown stains from water damage."
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