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Importance of simile, metaphor, idioms, and tone in literature.

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  1. Since you have finals tomorrow, I suggest you study your notes and your text to see which information your teacher wants you to know. Basically they all help the writer express him/herself so that readers understand to the fullest extent.

    You can also check this site for definitions.

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