<b>Because why waste money on an English degree when you can just watch Disney movies?</b>

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Figurative Language Anchor Chart Activity {free materials to make one for your classroom!} by Crafting Connections!

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This is an example of a tag, under the definition I use in my blog about the subject of graffiti. It sacrifices aesthetic preference for simplicity and clarity of message communication.

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This FREE product is a complete handout on the elements of rhetoric, and includes definitions and examples of rhetoric (logos, pathos, and ethos), and rhetorical devices (a total of 19, including alliteration, anaphora, antithesis, apostrophe, conduplicatio, euphemism, hyperbole, irony, paralipsis, parallelism, rhetorical question, synecdoche, understatement, and more).

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<b>"Logic will get you from A to B, imagination will take you everywhere."</b> I think that's what these people are going for.

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Definition and Examples of Irony: <i>The Big Book of Irony</i>, by Jon Winokur (St. Martin's Press, 2007)

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