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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Vocabulary Number 1 Vocabulary and Literary Devices
HF Vocabulary Identify two definitions & part of speech for each vocab. word Define each literary device Assignment (10 pts.) due Friday, December 2, 2011 Quiz (35 pts.) Monday, December 5, 2011.
HF Vocabulary 1.acquit 2.benefactor 3.brash 4.contrite 5.dandy
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HF Vocabulary 11. palaver 12. plunder 13. shanty 14. soliloquy 15. temperance
HF Vocabulary (Literary Terms) 16. allusion 17. analogy 18. dialect/colloquialism 19. irony 20. metaphor
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