5 Answered Questions for the topic Literary Device
Could the line "Girls like girls like boys do" be considered irony (literary device)?
I'm writing an essay on a song and need help with this. If it isn't irony could you tell me what literary device it would be? Thank you so much!
The Last of The Mohicans, literary device question. "Thievish race."?
I am reading the book, The Last of The Mohicans, and I was wondering what literary device was being used, when Hawkeye is given the quote "A Huron!” repeated the sturdy scout, once more shaking his... more
Is this line from The Merchant of Venice metaphorical?
From "The Merchant of Venice", Act IV: > The quality of mercy is not strain'd, > It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven Can we consider that a metaphor?
Are there earlier incidences than Merchant of Venice of an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other?
In [act 2, scene 2 of *The Merchant of Venice*](http://shakespeare.mit.edu/merchant/merchant.2.2.html), Launcelot Gobbo is conflicted regarding whether to run from Shylock, or continue working for... more
Does "The Soul selects her own Society" by Emily Dickinson have a simile?
Here is the poem "The Soul selects her own Society" by Emily Dickinson. > The Soul selects her own Society — Then — shuts the Door — To her divine Majority — Present no more — > >... more