Further reading

Seward, Desmond. The Hundred Years War: The English in France, 1337-1453. London: Atheneum, 1978.

Daniel Ringrose

HYPERBOLE From the Latin term meaning "excess," this is figurative language that depends on deliberate use of exaggeration or extravagant language; intentional overstatement. used in both literary and nonliterary texts, both poetry and prose, hyperbole is a staple of rhetoric. In poetry, hyperbole is found in numerous genres, from romances to love poems to sonnets. For instance, Chaucer relies upon hyperbole to emphasize his position in "To Rosamunde," and in Sonnet 94 from Astrophil and Stella, hyperbole and apostrophe combine for a dramatic effect. See also sonnet.

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