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A few examples of delegated powers include regulating laws of immigration, declaring war, printing money, and creating lower courts. These powers are delegated across the …government, meaning that no one person or body is responsible for all of these things. Some of these, like declaring war, are reserved for Congress, while the printing of money is the job of a government agency, the Bureau of Printing and Engraving.
all books are a journey. for example Into the Wild. An early, famous example is Homer's Iliad.
Any books or articles published on technical subjects--such as engineering or auto mechanics.
it is when you eat pie but think it is gross?
The Train I like to see it lap the miles, And lick the valleys up, And stop to feed itself at tanks; And then, prodigious, step Around a pile of mo…untains, And, supercilious, peer In shanties by the sides of roads; And then a quarry pare To fit its sides, and crawl between, Complaining all the while In horrid, hooting stanza; Then chase itself down hill And neigh like Boanerges; Then, punctual as a start its own, Stop-docile and omnipotent- A stable door. by Emily Dickinson Personification is the attributing of human qualities to non-human objects. This is not to be confused with anthropomorphism, which is also the attributing of human characteristics to nonhuman objects, but anthropomorphism persists throughout an entire literary work. The animals in Aesop's Fables or The Chronicles of Narnia are good examples of anthropomorphism.
In Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Mr. Darcy persuades Elizabeth to reconsider her disposition of him through pathos in his letter when he informs her of Mr. Wickham's of…fenses. Elizabeth feels pity when she reads that he had deceived Mr. Darcy out of two thousand pounds, and tried to elope with the younger Miss Darcy for her money. This emotion causes Lizzy to absolve her own obstinacy, and helps the readers' prepare for hoping, later, that Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth will end up together.
Atmosphere in literature refers to the literary element that evokes certain vibes in the reader through descriptions and words. For example "The Gloves of Blood" evokes vi…bes of violence.
An example of humor used in literature (i.e. a book) is "Sense, Sensibility and Sea Monsters" by Jane Austen. Good Luck! -Regan
What? I really hope you aren't asking this for a class, because those words you put down as a "Question" are hardly even english.
I'll huff and I'll puff an I'll blow the house down
The Ruined Maid by Thomas Hardy for one.
In Best's "Sonnet of the Moon", he refers to the moon as a "pale queen of the night."
Anything written by Shakespeare
Allusion, Alliteration, Analogy, Plot, Tone, Figurative Language, Imagery, Point-of-view, Symbolism, Metaphor, and Setting