Replying to Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic
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Using the internet for social networking, blogs, and forums is a great medium to use Imagery. Instead of using just figurative language alone to represent ideas the new universe of cyberspace allows everyone to send out visual representations that also include a variety of visual aids. Along with auditory stimulus this goes a long way in creating images of communication.
Imagery in literature is used to convey mental pictures to the reader. It isn't just the visual aspect that creates true imagery. The other senses can be affected by Imagery too. Any word that appeals to the senses will aid the description. The trick is to create a graphic scene that appeals to as many senses as possible using simile, metaphor, and of course onomatopoeia.
Give it a tasty lick or two!
Try blending the site patterns...
Sometimes the right sound gets perfect attention:
Imagery can touch the imagination in many ways...
Posted 13 August 2017 - 01:19 PM
SNARK!Don't cha just love the sound of this word? It's so sharp and snakey. Always good with an exclamation point! This word means a snide and sarcastic comment. They can be both wildly stupid or incredibly clever. Depending on the point of view. It combines cynicisms with blended wit. They'r usually quick little quips to tease someone into an emotional response. Derisive in nature they can and will at times cut deep into the psyche. It can be used as a defensive device to cut away at an individual like an ad hominem attack. Most of the time snarks are used to mask points of view.
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“Folks, our nation’s hen houses are on the attack. If we don’t act now, it’s no more fried egg and cheese biscuits for us. No more fried chicken. No more chicken noodle soup. No more Wendy’s Spicy Chicken sandwiches. It’s gone. All gone. As soon as these bastards get their hands on our chicken, the only thing we’ll have is either Curried Chicken or Chicken Tacos. And who eats that shit? This is America folks. If we let ISIS and illegal Mexicans get to our chickens, it’s over folks. The American dream is dead. But, I’m here to tell you folks, I’ve read on Twitter and Facebook that the best thing we can do to keep the chickens safe is guarding them with nature’s top assassin. The fox. The fox is a ruthless killer, heartless, and he’ll snuff out anyone trying to hurt our nation’s precious hens. God bless foxes, and God bless America!” said Trump. The crowd of news reporters and farmers erupted in a thunderous applause.