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  • Poetry Terms Robi Kolkhorst 22-tech 290 9/22/09
  • Standards
    • Understand and identify figurative language.
  • Allusion A reference to something or someone in history or literature. Ex. She had a Cinderella wedding.
  • Metaphor
    • An implied comparison between to things not alike. (Does not use like or as)
    • Ex. Her hair was gold.
  • Simile
    • A comparison between two things not alike using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’
    • Ex. Quiet as a mouse.
  • Personification
    • Giving human characteristics to animals, objects, or ideas.
    Ex. The sun smiled down on the crops.
  • Irony
    • A contrast between what is expected and what actually is or happens.
    Ex. A woman who hates short men marries a midget.
  • Onomatopeia “ Sound words”. Words that sound like what they mean. BOOM POP
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