Rhetorical Device Project
1st Group 6
"How drunk were you last night?"
A rabid liberal sympathizer shouts: “If this man gets elected, he’ll change your welfare benefits. Don’t let those Washington bureaucrats tinker with your food stamps!”
Anti-drug TV commercial: “This is your brain. These are drugs. This is your brain on drugs.”
Verb) Make or give a comically or grotesquely exaggerated representation of someone or something.
Caricature arises from the forcing and the embellishment of the basic rule of good description, that is, the principle of the dominant impression.