Figurative language

Figurative language
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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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