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Simile,Metaphor,and Hyperbole headlines for the story of Robinson Crusoe. Help! :(

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Answer 1
Answer:

Headline with Simile AS Solitary as Robinson Crusoe

Headline with Metaphor Robinson Crusoe hope was a fragile seed

Headline with Hyperbole Robinson Crusoe was as skinny as a tooth pick.

What is Metaphor?

A metaphor is a figure of speech that compares something to another item in order to describe it.

Hyperbole is the use of metaphorical language to create an exaggerated or overstated claim. Depending on the circumstances, you can use this figure of speech to emphasize a point and achieve a comedic or dramatic impact, conjure up vivid imagery, or express intensity or emotion.

The crucial distinction is that exaggeration frequently makes assertions that no sane person would take literally. Similes are a type of metaphor that are frequently employed in both literature and everyday speech. In a metaphor, a comparison is made between two things for poetic or descriptive purposes.

Therefore, Simile, Metaphor,and Hyperbole headlines for the story of Robinson Crusoe are above.

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Answer 2
Answer: Simile - AS Solitary as Robinson Crusoe
Metaphor - Robinson Crusoe hope was a fragile seed
Hyperbole - Robinson Crusoe WAS AS SKINNY AS A TOOTH PICK

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A. Verbal irony

Explanation:

You already know that irony is when events or words appear to be the opposite of reality. There are three main types of irony: verbal, dramatic and situational.

To answer this question let's understand what each type of irony means.

Dramatic irony is when the audience knows something is going to happen, but the characters of the movie or a book don't know. Because of this, the actions of the characters are not what they should be. For example - Beauty and the Beast, the audience knows that the Beast is a prince living under a curse from the start but Belle is unaware of the Beast's true identity. Based on this definition we understand it is not a correct option.

Situational irony occurs when we expect something to happen, but instead, something opposite to our expectations happens. Situational irony generally includes sharp contrasts and contradictions. Based on this definition we understand it is not a correct option.

Verbal irony is when the words express one meaning, but the literal meaning of them is the opposite. Verbal irony is often sarcastic. For example - On the way to work, John's car got a flat tire and John says, "Excellent! This is a so good morning!" Based on this definition we understand it is a correct option.

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