Questions and Answers

Here you can ask general questions related to literary devices and site visitors can try and help answer them. If you have a question about a specific literary device please use the list on the left and ask your question in the comments section for that literary device.

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    1. Hmmm. I think the “dominant literary device” might be at the beginning in the reference to her movement. But I can’t think of the name of the device.

    1. An idiom is a common expression that native speakers of a language use where the words may not tell you the actual meaning. For example “I’m all ears”, does not mean you a made up ears but means you are listening. Or if you say “He quit cold turkey”, it means the person a stopped a habit abruptly not that he no longer eats turkey cold.

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