Hyperbole, question match, writing homework help

Part One: Match the items in Columns A and B

Use the blank box below the question to provide your answers. 

Simply note the pairs; for example, 1 and D. 

Column A

Column B

1. Hyperbole

A. “He looked at her bleakly. She was holding herself very erect under the preposterous hat, wearing it like a banner of her imaginary dignity.”

2. Heteroglossia

B. “A riot is at bottom the language of the unheard”

3. Jo Ann Beard

C. “Remember, this is Canada. You’ll still end up with A”

4.  “Borders”

D. “That is the way with amputations. They don‘t just heal up like a wish.”

5. Meiosis

E.  ’Coyote went fishing, one day.  That’s how it all started.’ We sat out under the stars that night, and my mother told me all sorts of stories. She was serious about it, too.”

6. Thomas King Lecture

F. Signifies how language is always an overlapping and over layering of multiple discourses

7. Metaphor

G. “The Fourth State of Matter”

8. “Everything that Rises Must Converge”

H. “A mocking imitation of the style of literary work or works, ridiculing the stylistic habits of an author or school by exaggerated mimicry”

9. “Happy Endings”

I. Rhetorical exaggeration

10. Parody

J. “There is a story I know. It’s about the earth and how it floats in space on the back of a turtle.”

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