Examples of Figurative Language

Examples of Figurative Language
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Onomatopoeia

Types of Figurative Language

By Kristy Littlehale

Figurative language is used in both literature and poetry to create layers of meaning which the reader accesses through the senses, symbolism, and sound devices. Figurative language brings the reader deeper into the theme of the work, without the author having to explicitly lay out the theme for the reader. It is a way for the reader to enter the words with their minds and emotions, rather than simply comprehending a story or poem. Figurative language encourages the reader to make connections with the characters, the plot, and the deeper message of a work which creates a more memorable experience for the reader.




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Examples of Figurative Language in Literature, from personification to onomatopoeia.
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