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VANCOUVER, BC, June 06, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Allusion and illusion.
These two words can sound similar, which probably leads to the frequent confusion in their usage.
- allusion is an indirect reference to something:
In the novel, there are frequent allusions to the author's childhood experiences.
- illusion means something that appears real but is not:
The lines appear to be of different sizes but it is simply an optical illusion.
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