Hyperbole is a figure of speech in which statements are exaggerated or extravagant. Hyperbole is a type of figurative language that depends on intentional overstatement...
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Definition, Usage and a list of Hyperbole Examples in common speech and
literature. Hyperbole ... From W.H Auden's poem “As I Walked One Evening”,. I'll
There are many examples of hyperbole poems including Homer's epic poems
and the Shakespearean pentameters.
It is in common use, as much among the unlearned as among the learned; because there is in all men a natural propensity to magnify or extenuate what comes before them, and no one is contented with the exact truth. We used to have to get up at six o'clock in the morning... More »
Stanley Kunitz uses many examples of hyperbole in his striking poem, “The
Portrait.” The two most notable hyperboles are Kunitz's assertion that he “could
Hyperboles are exaggerations to make a point. Learn where they are used and
compare the many examples of hyperboles listed.
Hyperbole Poems. Examples of hyperbole poetry. View a list of, share, and read
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Here's an example of hyperbole in poetry. The author is unknown, but the title of
the poem is I Ate A Spicy Pepper. As you read, look for the specific details that ...