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Dialogue in young Goodman brown. There is dialogue between brown and the devil. Diction in the young good brown shows the agony Hawthorne will undergo due to the evil spirit. Digression in Paul’s Case. It is used to show the different paths the reader has to follow while reading Stephens novel. The reader has to follow the incoherent narrator and the novel as well as Stephen has learned the art of digression from Sterne. Doppelganger in the Yellow Wallpaper. This word shows the kind of feelings that Jane has after her affection fades away. Epilogue in a Rose for Emily. This is in paragraph fifty five that begins with the epilogue of a rose for Emily. The paragraph begins with the Negroes meeting the women in the front door and allowing them to get in. Epiphany in the Chrysanthemums. The main character Elisa Allen tries to find her identity as she is described as a lonely wife. Epithet used in white heron. When the author describes the female character in the story by saying she did not apply the epithet unjustly. Drama in white heron. Whereby the author dramatizes the act of climbing a tree so as to produce the adventures she had in childhood. This is shown by Sylvia. Euphemism in young Goodman brown is used to show irony. Fiction in the sweat. The author describes how is fiction is different from others. He has not used dialogue only in his fiction but he uses narration and expressions. Epigraph in Paul’s case. Eulogy in the a rose for Emily where there is first sentence begins with a phrase our whole town. This shows eulogized individual. Euphony in Young Goodman Brown where he uses good introduction in his work to attract the reader’s and uses soft voice in his dialogue .Epitaph in a rose for Emily. William Faulkner has provided a note on Emily’s tragedy. Epigram in Yellow Wallpaper. The author expresses her own feelings about women (Davison,&Moss,2001).


Davison,J.,&Moss,J.(2001).Issues in English teaching.Routledge

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