is for Zoomorphism According to The Free Dictionary, zoomorphism is the use”of animal forms in symbolism, literature, or graphic representation.” When using zoomorphism, animal traits are given to a human or inanimate object … Continue reading
is for Imagery Imagery refers either to vivid, sensory description in writing or a recurring image linked to themes or symbols. One example of the latter occurs in Macbeth when Shakespeare uses clothing imagery … Continue reading
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Literature is a Construct of Reality I haven’t written in a while because I’ve been all but consumed with a grade 11 English course I’ve been teaching through eLearning. While teaching, a lot of time was spent on symbolism. Students … Continue reading