You probably learned them in middle school but how many writers remember the literary terms? In the next few articles I will review some of these terms.
Literary devices are techniques that writers use to create a special and pointed effect in their writing, to convey information, and/or to help the reader understand the piece on a deeper level. These devices are often used for emphasis or clarity; they are also used to get the reader to more strongly connect with either the story as a whole or specific characters, themes, etc.
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SO WHAT ARE THESE STORIES REALLY ABOUT
An allegory is a story that is used to represent a more general message about real-life (historical) issues and/or events. It is typically an entire book, novel, play, etc.
Example: George Orwell’s dystopian book Animal Farm is an allegory for the events preceding the Russian Revolution and…
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