- Glossary of Literary Terms from University of West Georgia
- Literary Devices and Terms from Literary Devices.net
- Literary Devices from OWL at Purdue University
- Literary Vocabulary created by L. Kip Wheeler from Carson-Newman University
For more detailed examples, please check out the websites and videos provided below.
- Situational irony: The opposite of what you think (Videos by Christopher Warner from TED-Ed)
- What is verbal irony? (Videos by Christopher Warner from TED-Ed)
- In on a secret? That's dramatic irony (Videos by Christopher Warner from TED-Ed)
- Grammar Girl's discussion on 5 Types of Fallacies You Don't Realize You're Using in Your Writing, which includes an article and podcast (starts at 6:40)
Fallacies from UNC at Chapel Hill
Fallacies from Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Video of Jane Hirshfield's The art of the metaphor (from TED-Ed)
- Video of James Geary's Metaphorically speaking (from TED Talks)
- Video of Noah Tavlin's What makes something "Kafkaesque"? (from TED-Ed)
- Video of Noah Tavlin's What "Orwellian" really means (from TED-Ed)
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