#3 Identify the device being used: Want to take a ride in my new wheels?
Answer #3 Synecdoche A figure of speech in which a PART of an entity is used to refer to the whole.
#4 Identify the device being used: “My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose” (title of a poem by Robert Burns)
Answer #4 Simile A comparison of two unlike things through the use of like or as
#5 Identify the device being used: A cruel wind
Answer #5 Personification/pathetic fallacy The attribution of human feeling or motivation to a nonhuman object, esp. an object found in nature.
#6 Identify the device being used: In the stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne, characters, objects, and events often symbolize moral qualities.
Answer #6 Allegory A narrative in which literal meaning corresponds directly with symbolic meaning in an allegory, each elements symbolizes something else.
#7 Identify the device being used: Appointing a Wall Street insider to direct the Securities and Exchange Commission is like telling a fox to guard the henhouse.
Answer #7 Analogy A comparison based on a specific similarity between things that are otherwise unlike, or inference that if two things are alike in some ways, they will be alike in others. Often analogies draw a comparison between something abstract and something more concrete or easier to visualize.
#8 Identify the literary device/term: A fundamental and universal idea explored in a literary work.
#23 Identify the literary device/term: Focusing on the explicit meaning of words only, and not dealing with context, connotation, figurative language, or other elements that add deeper shades of meaning to a text.