This tag is located in WRITING > TTECHNIQUES. Its five allowable values are VERSIFICATION, NONSTANDARDENGLISH, DICTION IMAGERY, and AURALEFFECTS. VERSIFICATION applies to literary effects achieved by metre or stanza-form. DICTION applies to effects achieved by the choice and arrangement of words. Examples include the use of latinate, flowery, archaic, or affected language. NONSTANDARDENGLISH applies to uses of eccentric or uneducated syntax, regional speech, or dialect. IMAGERY refers to literary effects that rely on figures of speech such as personification, metaphor, or simile. AURALEFFECTS captures writing that employs onomatopiea, alliteration, internal rhyme, or other techniques relying on audible features of language like plosives, sibilants, fricatives, etc.