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Yay! It's snowing Jinx, Jinx again !!!
Come on, we are almost finished building this snowman.
It is just extremely cold and hard to even think, let alone make snowballs and a snowman!
Ugh! Can't you think positively for once? Consider the fact that the winter scenery has a certain undeniable allure like the fumes of Abuela's bakery, how playing with snow is a mesmerizing experience.
Although I can't argue that, I think I'll go looking for Olaf another time while I go inside where it's hot!
The comic strip above is an example of how the use of analogies and allusions affects the tone and meaning of the as it prompts a certain emotion which reflects the author's attitude towards the text.
Allusion: References the movie, Frozen, particularly the preternatural snowman, Olaf. As a result, the allusion shows how despite not wanting to be outside in the cold, the character still realizes the magical nature of the winter season which sets a whimsical yet sarcastic tone based upon how it is used in the cartoon.
. Analogy: A Comparison between the winter environment and the quality and smell of the grandmother's bakery which creates an image of a winter wonderland with a fascinating yet captivating setting. Therefore, it sets an admiring tone.
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