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Literary Device Definition Literary Device Identification Literary Device Effect TLC and Theme
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What is a simile?
A comparison between two different objects using "like," or "as". The effect of the comparison enhances the reader's understanding of an idea.
100
What is personification?
Identify the literary device in the following example:
The wind said goodnight and the stars sang us to sleep.
100
What is lost love, sadness, alteration, etc?
What is the effect of the following example of metaphor: Your love, once a red, red rose, has lost its scent.
100
Tag
What does the "T" in TLC stand for, and what does it look/sound like in an integrated quote?
200
What is irony?
A contradiction between what is expected be said or to happen, and what actual is said or happens. The goal of this contradiction is to expose a larger idea or truth.
200
What is allusion?
Identify the literary device in the following example: Oh that girl? She's the female Lebron James.
200
What is we often neglect the very things that we are supposed to protect. We expect that a fire station would be the most prepared for a fire as they work to help others protect from fire.
What is the effect of the following example of irony?
A fire station burns down.
200
Lead
What does the "L" in TLC stand for, and what does it look/sound like in an integrated quote?
300
What is metaphor?
A direct comparison between two unlike things/ideas where one thing “becomes” the other without the use of the word like, as, than, or resembles.
300
What is simile?
Identify the literary device in the following example: I stared at the ice cream flavors like a dog stares at treats.
300
What is good basketball player.
What is the effect of the following example of allusion: Oh that girl? She's the female Lebron James.
300
Citation.
What does the "C" in TLC stand for, and what is an example of a proper formatting?
400
What is symbol?
An object/event that stands for, or represents, something else in order to make us understand something about the text.
400
What is metaphor?
Identify the literary device in the following example: Your love, once a red, red rose, has lost its scent.
400
What is the water seems alive and wants to cause harm, intensifies the cold by making it seem alive and out of human control?
What is the effect of the following personification: The water leapt over the edge of the boat, attacking our exposed cheeks and surrounded our feet in icy cold.
400
A universal idea that is also a central idea in a text.
What is a theme?
500
What is allusion?
An author reference to another work of literature, historical event, historical figure, or a specific place without explanation or detail. The goal of this device is to provide additional meaning/context to their work through the reference.
500
What is irony?
Identify the literary device in the following example:
A fire station burns down.
500
Yoda, duh.
What is Ms. Wendel's class mascot?
500
Answers vary.
What is a theme based on the topic "identity"?






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