What are some examples of expository devices and rhetorical devices?
Expository devices and rhetorical devices have their differences.
Expository devices are used in exposition, which is a literary device used to introduce background information about events, characters and other elements of a work to the audience. Some examples include assonance, oxymorons and allegories.
Rhetorical devices uses words in a particular way to convey meaning or to persuade. Some examples include allusion, appositives and hyperboles.