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Tangerine

Summary: Edward Bloor uses literary elements such as foreshadowing, flashbacks, and imagery, in his story Tangerine. These elements serve as important tools in helping to tell Paul's story.
" Those who write clearly have readers, those who write obscurely have commentators." (Albert Camus). If one is writes well, people will read and enjoy the writing, yet if one is a writer who is difficult to understand, then the reading is less enjoyable and needs translation. Books can broaden the reader's knowledge and understanding of the world. Many times, writers use the help of literary terms to help a reader get a better understanding of what they want to say. Literary terms are always helpful and can assist the reader by relieving him/her of their confusion. In the novel, Tangerine, by Edward Bloor, Literary Terms are used constantly through the book to help tell Paul's story.

Foreshadowing, presenting or giving hints of what is to come, helps the reader pay attention to certain situations. On the Tangerine Middle School soccer field, Mr. Donnelly is interviewing girls on the...

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