Literary terms have the power to create serious, comedic, or whimsical moods via tools of persuasion, poeticism, and wordplay. The variety of uses for literary terms spans across genres and is remarkably wide-ranging based on the goals or needs of the writer. One of the most difficult tasks in the world is making people change their minds.
Persuasion should be used when convincing others is the goal in mind.
In a piece which is supposed to be objective or unbiased such as a journalistic report, tools of persuasion should be avoided.
Literary terms also include powerful figurative language that writers use to summon emotion ranging from guilt to anger to bliss, and to allow us to see the world in new and magical ways.
Words can be arranged to give poems, songs, and prose alike, rhythm and musicality.
They can animate a story with such wealth of detail, character development, and action that as readers, we are taken by a story, and feel as if the people on the page are real.
Literary terms have a wide range of application, from the poet’s beauty, to the speaker’s persuasion, to the novelist’s story development.
Literary terms are important in a wide variety of ways.
They allow writers and speakers to make comments on society, politics, and trends.
I don't exactly know what he did to be a Saint, all I know is that Saint Alex was a Saint.
When I was about 12 Alex was associated with the Nickname Alex so all through middle school I was called "Alex Bologney Chesse and Macaroni" till this day I still hate that name.