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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Definition: Using a vaguely suggestive,physical object to embody a moregeneral ideaA famous example: "The pen is mightier than the sword", originally from EdwardBulwer Lytton's play Richelieu. Schemes and Tropes Metonymy Parallelism Isocolon Tricolon Polysyndeton Poly = manyThere are MANY conjunctions! Definition: the opposite of a climax. Bathos is often used humorously in a place where the readerexpects something grand or dramatic.An Old Example: "Osama Bin Laden is wanted dead or alive for mass murder, international arms smuggling, conspiracyagainst the United States, and two unpaid parking tickets." and and and CAUTION: NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH PATHOS Bathos Two Types: Definition: When the writer establishes similar patterns ofgrammatical structure and lengthExample: "King Alfred tried to make the law clear, precise, andequitable." By: Lilah Klingensmith and Katelyn Blaszynski If the writer uses TWO parallel structures...Example: "The bigger they are, the harder they fall." If the writer uses THREE parallel structures...Example: "That government of the people, by the people, and for thepeople shall not perish from theearth." 2 3 Definition: Using many conjunctions to create an overwhelming effect. Example: I am in DECA and French club and Spanish club and science club and Mathletes and jazz band and on the prom committee and basketball team.
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