Writer's Methods

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Writer's methods for a level english examinations
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Writer's Methods
1 Imagery
1.1 auditory-hear
1.2 gustatory - taste
1.3 tactile - touch
1.4 olfactory - smell
2 Narrative voice - who is speaking and why?
3 figurative language
3.1 personification
3.2 metaphors
3.3 similes
4 pathetic fallacy
5 semantic field
6 verbs
6.1 adjectives
6.2 adverbs
7 Connotations e.g. Ghostly = haunting, unrested, death
8 Pathos - pity and terror
8.1 Bathos - Bringing things down to earth
9 Juxtaposition - two opposites next to each other to highlight their differences
9.1 Oxymoron - Two words next to each other that contrast e.g. 'My dearest enemy'
9.2 Contrast/Comparison
10 FORM,STRUCTURE AND LANGUAGE
10.1 Sentence structure (long and short) contributes to the pace
11 Dramatic tension and irony
12 Punctuation!
12.1 ellipses (...)
12.2 Commas
12.3 Exclamation marks
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