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Argue a case for either the usage of hyperbole or understatement. Which do you think is more effective? More humorous? Explain your opinions, citing examples from the texts.
Weegy: A hyberbole is the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. It may be used to evoke strong feelings or to create a strong impression, but is not meant to be taken literally . User: Cite examples from the texts you’ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3 to briefly explain the answers to the Big Questions. A. Unit 1: Can truth change? B. Unit 2: Is conflict necessary? C. Unit 3: Is knowledge the same as understanding? Weegy: The examples that you seek to cite, would require the text within the units. Please specify the text you want to draw examples from. [smile] User: Explain the author’s use of symbolism User: An angry sky loomed overhead. A. simile B. metaphor C. paradox D. personification Weegy: D. personification User: Her novel was a passport to adventure. A. simile B. metaphor C. paradox D. personification Weegy: B. metaphor User: The rumbling storm sounded like a freight train headed our way. ANSWER: A. simile B. metaphor C. paradox D. personification Weegy: Your answer is A. simile. User: The younger she dresses, the older she looks. A. simile B. metaphor C. paradox D. personification Weegy: The younger she dresses, the older she looks is a paradox. User: Literary Analysis: Sound Devices. The word fizz is an example of which sound device? A. alliteration B. consonance C. assonance D. onomatopoeia Weegy: A. alliteration User: Literary Analysis: Sound Devices. Which sound device does this phrase demonstrate? cruel cackles of crazed crones A. alliteration B. consonance C. assonance D. onomatopoeia Weegy: Cruel crackles of crazed crones demonstrates A. alliteration. User: Literary Analysis: Sound Devices. The words jump and stunt are examples of which sound device? A. alliteration B. consonance C. assonance D. onomatopoeia Weegy: A. alliteration ... (More)
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In Ovid's “Pyramus and Thisbe,” why are the jaws of the lioness bloody? A. She has been attacked and wounded by the townspeople. B. She has just made a kill. C. She has attacked and wounded Pyramus. D. She has attacked and wounded Thisbe.
Weegy: B. She has just made a kill. User: In A Midsummer Night's Dream, who is the queen of the fairies? A. Thisbe B. Flute C. Titania D. Robin Weegy: B. She has just made a kill. User: Learning About Drama Identify the letter of the choice that best answers the question. What does the script, or text, of a play contain? A. an essay by the playwright on the theme B. dialogue and stage directions C. the list of cast members for the first performance D. the soliloquies of the major characters Weegy: A. an essay by the playwright on the theme User: Learning About Drama Identify the letter of the choice that best answers the question. In a play, the climax is which of the following? A. the historical context B. a prop used onstage C. the opening scene D. the point of greatest tension Weegy: D. the point of greatest tension User: Learning About Drama Identify the letter of the choice that best answers the question. Which of the following best defines props in drama? A. painted backdrops that can be used in several scenes B. movable objects used by actors onstage C. asides by actors to the audience D. tragic flaws Weegy: B. movable objects used by actors onstage User: Critical Reading. In the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer, which two characters are involved in a conflict? A. Falconer and Bright B. Widge and Falconer C. Widge and Bright D. Widge and Bass Weegy: In the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer, B. Widge and Falconer are involved in a conflict. User: Critical Reading. We learn in the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer that Widge has been caught stealing which of the following? A. plays B. tools C. money D. sermons Weegy: The answer is 1 PLAYS ; Critical Reading. We learn in the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer that Widge has been caught stealing plays. User: Critical Reading. Based on ... (More)
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