To Kill a Mockingbird- figurative language


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Anjalee Sadwani English Coburn P.3. Figurative language of To Kill A Mockingbird, book one . Figurative language Chapter 1 . Personification: “May comb was an old town, but it was a tired old town when I first knew it” (5). “…and the house was still” (15).


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Page 22 “If I hear another sound from this room I’ll burn everybody in it.” Hyperbole . Personification: “she looked and smelled like a pepermint drop.”pg 17. “the cats had long conversations with each other, they wore cunning little clothers and lived in a warm house beneath a kitchen stove.”pg 17. “lets not let our imaginations run away with us dear.”pg18.” the cieling danced with light.”pg20. ” i saw a muscle jump in his skinny jaw.”pg20.


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Metaphor- ” Jem waved my words away as if fanning gnats.” (58) ” I tried to climb into Jem’s skin.” (pg 57) . Hyperbole- ” Summer drifts into Autumn.” (pg 59) ” Jem Walked on eggs.” (pg 61) . Metaphor “I should be a rain of sunshine in my father’s lonely life” (81) . Simile “One had to behave like a sunbeam” (81) . Hyperbole “…gave me the sensation of settling slowly to the bottom of the ocean.” (81) .


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