Rhetorical Devices Crossword
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QUESTIONS LIST: Rhetoric: is the study and art of speaking and writing well, Hyperbole: it is a deliberate overstatement or exaggeration, Bathos: A literary device derived from the Greek word meaning "depth". It happens when the writer falls into absurd metaphors or descriptions., Rule of Three: Father, Son and Holy Spirit is an example of what rhetorical device?, Tautology: a literary device used by writers to say something more than once, using the same or synonymous words., False: "Oh! my darling - my darling - my life and my bride" is an example of hyperbole. TRUE or FALSE, Euphemism: Calling someone "big-boned" instead of fat is an example of what literary device, Balance: "Women are sexy; men are successful" is an example of what literary device?, Antithesis: it is the absolute opposite of something., True: Putting words in inverted commas or italics is done to make an emphasis. TRUE or FALSE?