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Anticlimax Examples: Anticlimax for Students and Children

Figure of Speech

Surely, you’ve come across literary works or movies where an idea is being described and suddenly it transforms into something less significant. By definition, anticlimax terms/phrases are figures of speech in which statements or ideas descend according to their importance. To put it in simpler words, a serial arrangement of …

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Allegory Examples: Allegory for Students and Children

Figures of Speech

Allegory comes from the Greek word ‘allegoria’ that means ‘speaking otherwise’. It is often used to describe stories in verse or poetry that typically have a double meaning. The act of interpreting allegories is called allegoresis. These figures of speech fall into two categories: historical and abstract. There are several …

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