Rhetorical Devices Glossary: An A to Z Guide to Rhetoric

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This 41 paged resource is the model example I use to demonstrate the importance of rhetoric. This is the actual product created from my free Rhetorical Devices Glossary assignment listed on TPT. 102 rhetorical devices defined with cited examples and detailed explanations of function and effect of the term. Fiction authors such as Hurston, Miller, and Hemingway are cited along with nonfiction essayists such as Douglass, King, Dillard, Barry, Rodriguez - all authors that have been used on the AP Language exam in the past. Accessible, focused and clear in its purpose, the rhetorical devices glossary acts as an invaluable reference for AP students or any one studying non-fiction and rhetoric.
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Rhetorical Devices Glossary:  An A to Z Guide to Rhetoric
Rhetorical Devices Glossary:  An A to Z Guide to Rhetoric
Rhetorical Devices Glossary:  An A to Z Guide to Rhetoric
Rhetorical Devices Glossary:  An A to Z Guide to Rhetoric
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