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Anyone who needs help analyzing the literary devices that are used throughout Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There is no faster or easier way to review the symbolism, irony, characterization and figurative language from the diary. Among those who would benefit are:
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Students Will Review:
This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about the literary devices from The Diary of a Young Girl for a standard literature course. Topics covered include:
- Examples of verbal and dramatic irony in The Diary of a Young Girl
- Figurative language used throughout the book
- Symbolism from Anne Frank's diary
- Characterization in The Diary of a Young Girl
1. Irony in Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl: Dramatic & Verbal
'Diary of a Young Girl' by Anne Frank is a journal of an adolescent girl who spends two years hiding in an attic from Nazis. In this lesson, we will examine the verbal irony, situational irony, and dramatic irony that can be found in this novel.
2. Figurative Language in Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl
Anne Frank is precocious in her ability to write, and her use of many types of figurative language illustrates this. In this lesson, we'll learn about various types of figurative language is used by Anne Frank when writing her diary, which was later published as ''The Diary of a Young Girl.''
3. Examples of Symbolism in Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl
In this lesson, we will learn about some of the people and objects that Anne Frank used to symbolize some of her most intense feelings in 'Diary of a Young Girl.'
4. Characterization in Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl
In this lesson, we will examine the strategies Anne uses to describe the other characters, both directly and indirectly, in Anne Frank's ''Diary of a Young Girl.''
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