Can you give me an example of juxtaposition?
Examples of Juxtaposition in Literature:
Other example of juxtaposition would be John Milton's "Paradise Lost" where it's accentuated the relation between good and evil, God and Satan.
Some examples of juxtaposition are:
Would "A man who makes trouble for others is also making trouble for himself" be an example of juxtaposition? If not, what literary device would it be?
One of the most effective ways to express ideas photographically is to compare and contrast subjects by juxtaposing them. Other galleries in my cyberbook also offer examples of photographic juxtaposition, including those on incongruity, street photography, landscapes, opposites and contradictions, layered imagery, and the addition and subtraction of context. Juxtaposition can play a crucial role in creating expression in each of these areas so crucial that it deserves a gallery all of its own.One of the primary tropes, or figures of speech, in literature is an oxymoron, which combines contradictory terms, such as 'cruel kindness' or 'burning ice.' While not every example of juxtaposition is an oxymoron, it is common for it to be. For instance, we might encounter a villain in a story who likes to crochet or who sends cookies to his grandmother every Saturday in the post.