Definition of Sensory Imagery?

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Sensory imagery is when a writer uses words that connect to a reader's senses. These senses may include sight, smell or taste. This is done in order to develop a theme or a certain idea.
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The use of certain words to startle or stimulate the senses, thus creating a mental image and helping project an image in the mind's eye of the reader.
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Sensory processing is when the brain sorts through input from the various sensory systems of the body to learn about one's environment. Sensory integration occurs when the brain then
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Light and dark are prevalent in Romeo and Juliet, for example, and the
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It is a writing technique that is based on the 5 senses: sight, taste, smell, touch and hearing. It is used to draw readers into the story. Source(s) http://www.books4results.com/
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