Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination

Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
Figurative Language: The Art of Imagination
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An examination of figurative, also known as metaphorical, language is not only useful for analyzing text found in popular culture, advertising, and literature, but also for creating your own. These stylistic or rhetorical devices can make your speeches and essays more interesting and lively and help you to get and keep your listeners' or readers' attention.
Figurative language is the opposite of literal language. Figures of speech, also called tropes, are the expressive use of language in which words are used in other ways than their literal sense so as to suggest and produce images in a reader or hearer's mind and to give particular emphasis to an idea by bypassing logic and appealing directly to the imagination.
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