1 Imagery Anything that refers to a sense in a literary work Includes allusions and vehicles of metaphor and simileClassification: Rhetorical
2 Imagery Example “Is my team ploughing, That I was used to drive And hear the harness jingleWhen I was man alive?”Ay, the horses trample,The harness jingles now;No change though you lie underThe land you used to plough.Not only images of horses and sound of jingling harness, but allusion to images of burial.A.E. Housman, “Is My Team Ploughing”
3 SymbolismAn object, action, or event that represents something, creating associations beyond itself.Includes metaphors, simile, imagery, and etc.
4 Symbolism Examples“My heart leaps up when i behold Rainbow is symbol of hopeA rainbow in the sky.”-W. WordsworthWizard of oz “Characters” Scarecrow- Agricultural worker/ farmerTin Man- Industrial worker/ Machinery
5 AtmosphereMeaning, mood or tone which is influenced by the setting, dialogue, diction, and selection of details.Classification: Narrative
6 Atmosphere Example “Thunder and lightning. Enter three witches.” -MacbethThe opening of the play Macbeth is simple and starts by creating a very ominous atmosphere. Every word suggests that something bad will happen. It pictures a big storm where three witches emerge and makes you feel scared or excited about what's going to happen.