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ID number:551234
Evaluation:
Published: 22.07.2009.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 5 units
References: Used
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Epithet
1.‘Above the tenth floor, the high buildings disappeared into cloud, not individual cotton wool clouds, but a general kind of smog.’ (Imogen Parker, More Innocent Times, 1997, Corgi Books, p.11)
2.‘“Baby-face moon,” I countered, my head on her knee.’ (Janet Fitch, White Oleander, 1999, Little, Brown and Company, p 2)
Metonymy
1.‘The scalded treacly smell of coffee wafted in through the cab window as they pulled away from the traffic lights.’ (2, p. 330)
2.‘I lost Laurie half way through the evening and when I found him, he was writhing about under a rhododendron bush with a really tarty peace called Mandy.’ (2, p. 333)…

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