Literary technique

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A literary technique is any method an author uses to tell their message.[1] This makes it easy to tell them from literary elements, which are mostly found in literature.

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  1. Orehovec, Barbara (2003). Revisiting the Reading Workshop: A Complete Guide to Organizing and Managing an Effective Reading Workshop That Builds Independent, Strategic Readers (illustrated ed.). Scholastic Inc. p. 89. ISBN 0439444047.