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HI!!! I'm mounty the mountain and I'm here to show you how Washington Irving uses FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE in "Rip Van Winkle"
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE by:Isaak
"when the weather is fair and settled they are clothed in blue...(270)
washington is describing me!!! In the morning it looks like i'm wrapped in blue clothing. Washing ton uses figurative language to describe scenery a lot.
" ... will glow and light up like a crown of glory..."(270). He is still talking about me in the morning with a rising sun behind me.
" ...shingle roofs gleam against the trees..."(270). Unfourtunatly he is not describing me but describing the roofs of houses in a village. this time he describes the setting of this story.
"... what courage can withstand the terrors of a woman's tounge? Now he uses hyperbole in a comedic way.
That's all for now I hope you enjoyed my presentation.
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