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Stylistic/Rhetorical Devices and their effect — non-fictional texts

Stylistic/Rhetorical Devices and their effect — non-fictional texts

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Stylistic/Rhetorical Devices and their effect — non-fictional texts

 Anaphora:
Alliteration:
Allusion:
Anticlimax:
Climax:
Enumeration:
Euphemism;
Hyperbole:
Ironie:
Metaphor:
Paradox:
Parallelism:
Pun:
Rheto

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most important stylistic devices for non-fictional texts (including the main effect they have on the reader) Chart structure –> left: meaning, middle: example, right: effect

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Anaphora: Alliteration: Allusion: Anticlimax: Climax: Enumeration: Euphemism; Hyperbole: Ironie: Metaphor: Paradox: Parallelism: Pun: Rhetorical Question: Satire: Stylistic Devices (especially for non-fictional texts) Repetition of word(s) at the beginning of successive lines, clauses, sentences Repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of words Reference to something (person, event...) Fall from sth. important to sth. irrelevant Rise of action from step to step to the most important aspect Listing different words or phrases Using indirect terms to make sth. seem less dramatic Overstatement or exaggeration Saying the opposite of what you actually mean Comparison (without like or as) sth. that is self- contradictory Similarity of syntactical structure in phrases or paragraphs Play on words that have a similar sounds but different meanings A question where the answer is obvious Text/series which criticize things/people by making them seem ridiculous It takes love, it takes -to set a focus family, it takes money to -to emphasize raise a happy child My mom makes me mushrooms He is a true Romeo -> allusion to Romeo and Juliet A bomb destroid the city and my dustbin I am tired, exhausted, bored and stressed He passed away (Instead of: He died) A bomb destroid my -to keep the readers room, the house and the interest whole city -adding drama I'm so hungry I could eat a horse „You're really the best class I've ever had" All the worlds a stage (Shakespeare) It is hard work doing nothing ...bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend... Is life worth living? It depends on the liver (sb. who lives or Leber) Don't we all love peace and hate war? -memorable -rhythm Family Guy, South Park, The Simpsons, American Dad, The Office -to underline/emphasize -to create a picture in the readers mind -to make sth. less dramatic -to...

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describe sth. -to express sth. -creating a different feeling for sth/making sth. less dramatic -exaggerate -underline/emphasize -making fun of sth. -hiding the truth -sth. is sth. else -create an image -confuse the reader and making him think about it -rhythm -to emphasize -to set the focus -making sth. funny -making the reader think about sth -underling the point -asking for approval -criticizing sth -raising awareness/ emphasizing -making fun Simile: Symbol: Understatement: A comparison with like or as Something concrete that stand for sth. else Presenting sth. In a less important way than it actually is Your eyes look like the ocean -creating a picture in the readers mind -sth. Is like sth. The Cross is the symbol -creating a picture of Christianity -visualizing -better understanding This is a bit disappointing (instead of ,,a disaster") -making sth. less important/bad -hiding the truth -(maybe) to make the own position shine in a better light

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Stylistic/Rhetorical Devices and their effect — non-fictional texts

Stylistic/Rhetorical Devices and their effect — non-fictional texts

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Luca Ayana

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Stylistic/Rhetorical Devices and their effect — non-fictional texts

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 Anaphora:
Alliteration:
Allusion:
Anticlimax:
Climax:
Enumeration:
Euphemism;
Hyperbole:
Ironie:
Metaphor:
Paradox:
Parallelism:
Pun:
Rheto

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most important stylistic devices for non-fictional texts (including the main effect they have on the reader) Chart structure –> left: meaning, middle: example, right: effect

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Anaphora: Alliteration: Allusion: Anticlimax: Climax: Enumeration: Euphemism; Hyperbole: Ironie: Metaphor: Paradox: Parallelism: Pun: Rhetorical Question: Satire: Stylistic Devices (especially for non-fictional texts) Repetition of word(s) at the beginning of successive lines, clauses, sentences Repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of words Reference to something (person, event...) Fall from sth. important to sth. irrelevant Rise of action from step to step to the most important aspect Listing different words or phrases Using indirect terms to make sth. seem less dramatic Overstatement or exaggeration Saying the opposite of what you actually mean Comparison (without like or as) sth. that is self- contradictory Similarity of syntactical structure in phrases or paragraphs Play on words that have a similar sounds but different meanings A question where the answer is obvious Text/series which criticize things/people by making them seem ridiculous It takes love, it takes -to set a focus family, it takes money to -to emphasize raise a happy child My mom makes me mushrooms He is a true Romeo -> allusion to Romeo and Juliet A bomb destroid the city and my dustbin I am tired, exhausted, bored and stressed He passed away (Instead of: He died) A bomb destroid my -to keep the readers room, the house and the interest whole city -adding drama I'm so hungry I could eat a horse „You're really the best class I've ever had" All the worlds a stage (Shakespeare) It is hard work doing nothing ...bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend... Is life worth living? It depends on the liver (sb. who lives or Leber) Don't we all love peace and hate war? -memorable -rhythm Family Guy, South Park, The Simpsons, American Dad, The Office -to underline/emphasize -to create a picture in the readers mind -to make sth. less dramatic -to...

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describe sth. -to express sth. -creating a different feeling for sth/making sth. less dramatic -exaggerate -underline/emphasize -making fun of sth. -hiding the truth -sth. is sth. else -create an image -confuse the reader and making him think about it -rhythm -to emphasize -to set the focus -making sth. funny -making the reader think about sth -underling the point -asking for approval -criticizing sth -raising awareness/ emphasizing -making fun Simile: Symbol: Understatement: A comparison with like or as Something concrete that stand for sth. else Presenting sth. In a less important way than it actually is Your eyes look like the ocean -creating a picture in the readers mind -sth. Is like sth. The Cross is the symbol -creating a picture of Christianity -visualizing -better understanding This is a bit disappointing (instead of ,,a disaster") -making sth. less important/bad -hiding the truth -(maybe) to make the own position shine in a better light