Grover Dill and the Tasmanian Devil - DOC

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					   Grover Dill and the Tasmanian Devil Annotation Notes
     *Remember to look for conflict! There are examples of
  character vs. self, character vs. character, and character vs.
               nature conflict throughout the story.
A diction; diction; smell imagery; metaphor; metaphor; sight,
 sound, and touch imagery; sight and taste imagery

B sight imagery; sight imagery; metaphor; diction;
 personification; characterization of the narrator; symbol;
 foreshadowing

C hyperbole; repetition (alliteration); characterization of Grover
 Dill; metaphor; idiom; setting; sound imagery (onomatopoeia);
 hyperbole; metaphor

D foreshadowing; touch imagery; metaphor; diction; touch
 imagery

E sight and sound imagery; mood- hysteria, rage, out of control;
 idiom; diction- short, choppy sentences give the sense of the
 action of the fight;

F simile; sight imagery; characterization of the narrator;
 hyperbole; idiom; sight and sound imagery

G hyperbole; sight and touch imagery; characterization of the
 narrator; sight imagery; sound imagery; sound imagery

H Annotate on your own!

				
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