Quantcast
answersLogoWhite
notificationBell

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2015-01-27 14:25:57

Diction is defined as the words an author uses in a literary work as part of a literary style.

001
๐Ÿ™
1
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Still Have Questions?

Related Questions

What has the author J R Harmsworth written?

J. R. Harmsworth has written: 'Dictionary of literary terms' -- subject(s): Criticism, English language, Literary form, Literary style, Literature, Terminology, Terms and phrases


What terms is defined as the feeling the reader gets from a literary work?

Mood is defined as the feeling the reader gets from a literary work.



Which of these terms is defined as the feeling the reader gets from a literary work?

What is the feeling created in the reader by literary work


What is a good piece of literature defined by?

A good piece is defined by the deeper meaning beneath the text. it is also defined by the language and literary terms that are developed.



What does diction mean in literary terms?

Diction is an author(s)'s choice and use of words in a literary work.


How are undefined terms and defined terms relate to each other?

"Defined items" are defined in terms of "undefined terms".


Diction is defined as?

Diction is defined as a style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words. It is usually judged in terms of prevailing standards of acceptability


What has the author A F SCOTT written?

A F. SCOTT has written: 'Current literary terms [Book]'


Which of these terms is defined as a literary work in letter form that is sometimes written in verse and addressed to a friend or a family?

An epistle is a literary work in letter form that is sometimes written in verse and addressed to a friend or family.


Are there literary terms in Percy series?

Yes, there are literary terms in every book ever made.


What are six literary terms?

Alliteration, hyperbole, simile, pun, oxymoron, and metaphor are six literary terms.


What is the style of a poem?

The style of a writting includes various literary terms for example: FLIDS; Figurative language. Imagery. Diction. Syntax. Characterization, devices of sound, tone, setting and sentence structure.


What is an example of an ode in literary terms?

An example of an ode in literary terms is a serious and highly emotional poem of praise.


What is precis?

(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (tr) to make a precis of


What is the literary definition of Audience?

In literary terms, the audience consists of the readers.


What has the author Charles Duffy written?

Charles Duffy has written: 'A dictionary of literary terms' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, English language, Literature, Terminology, Terms and phrases


What literary terms are used in Nightfall by Isaac Asimov?

The terms used 'in' the story are psychiatric and scientific. No literary terms are referred to directly. If you mean 'what are some literary term applicable to Nightfall?' then foreshadowing, foreboding, third-person, epiphany.


Literary terms for the possibility of evil?

Literary Techniques: suspense, foreshadowing, situational and dramatic


What is a literary example for homily?

http://www.enotes.com/literary-terms/homily this should help :]


What basis are heats of formation and combustion defined?

Combustion in defined in terms of 1 mole of reactant, formation is defined in terms of 1 mole of product



What does motivation mean in literary terms?

Motivation in literary terms means that there is a driving force for the story. Motivation will give the characters a reason to live for example.


Why is it important to know the different kind of poem?

The study of the different kinds of poetry is an excellent way to provide a variety of literary terms which can be used for reference as a glossary of literary terms or a dictionary specialising in different examples and types of poems, poetry and literary terms.


Still have questions?

Trending Questions
Best foods for weight loss? Asked By Wiki User
Unanswered Questions
Where is 5.9055118 on a ruler? Asked By Wiki User