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Poetic Licence


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‘the act by a writer or poet of changing facts or rules to make a story or poem more interesting or effective’.

Source:  CAMBRIDGE ADVANCED LEARNERS DICTIONARY & THESAURUS.

Our comment:  examples might include using exaggeration in order to emphasise a point, or coining words in order to create a particular effect.

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