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Literary Analysis for A Separate Peace By John Knowles Self Reflection- Last week I was driving around Redlands with a friend We were headed to a park but got off on the wrong off ramp We decided to find the park by using the back streets We ended up going by my old school I had gone to that school in 1st grade and of 3rd grade It was my favorite school I had ever gone to When we approached the school I began to be rushed with memories of the time I had spent in the school The bus rides the classrooms the teachers my best friend Sheena and the chasing games I had with Jessie I loved those times and I cherished them longingly as we went by it was such a carefree time Oh and by the way we made it to the park Literary Terms- There was three literary terms I had noticed in this book as I read through They were Allusion Antithesis and Antanagoge The meanings of these three terms are Allusion- A casual and brief reference to a famous historical could be referring to the war even though it wasnt historical exactly yet or literally figure or event WWII Antithesis- establish a clear contrasting relationship between 2 ideas andor people Finny and Gene by joining them together or juxtaposing them Human beings are systematic and catorgorize so the mind as a natural love for antithesis which creates a definite and systematic relationship between ideas Antanagoge- placing a good point or benefit next to a fault criticism or problem in order to reduce the impact or significance of the negative point How these points were used I will explain First off Allusion Allusion is used when referring to the WWII and when the characters in the story state that the weather is sure like the war comparing its circumstances happening to the war and comparing them
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