When I read “16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney,” I knew I had to pass along that brilliance.
I mean, it’s Disney movie scenes. And literary techniques that you thought you understood but really, deep down, you’ve always kind of wondered if you completely understood them or were just faking it.
And then I thought, well, geez. You really should know about BuzzFeed in general. And you absolutely have to check out the sort of new, BuzzFeed Books.
And then I realized you would need that monkey screeching warning. Because I started writing this blog post…let’s see.
I know I was eating my breakfast…
You make me laugh. Thanks for sharing.
You make me laugh, too, Linda. 🙂
Linda–That picture says a thousand words…The site that explains the literary techniques would be helpful with my students, I think. At least I was transfixed…
You canNOT go wrong with kids + Disney, Sioux. Though if I’m being perfectly honest, this adult + Disney = bliss. 🙂
Bookmarked and noted. Thanks for the monkey warning. He actually kind of resembles a guy I used to work with. 🙂
I think I know that guy, Lisa. 🙂
I buzzed on over to Buzz Feed and read the Disney techniques. Lots of fun–and very informative.
BuzzFeed Books is brimming with great stuff all the time, Donna! Glad you liked it!
Thanks for sharing the “16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney.” I learned a new word — Anagnorisis!
I learned that word, too, Rowena!
Um…what was it again? Dang. It’s back to Disney for me. 🙂