Initiation Figurative Language.

Initiation Figurative Language.

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  • Flashback
  • Simile
  • Simile 2
  • The flashback lasted for most of the story, explaining her dispute deciding if she should join the sorority or not. Once the story left the flashback she made the decision: ¨and then deciding not to join the sorority after all (Sylvia Plath, 9).¨
  • Foreshadowing
  • In his brown suit with the forest-green tic he looked something like a gnome or a cheerful leprechaun (Sylvia Plath, 8). This simile added a lot deeper of a description to what the character looked like.
  • Metaphores
  • ¨The basement room was dark and warm, like the inside of a sealed jar.¨ (Sylvia Plath, 1) Gave a really good picture of how close and compact the setting was.
  • Irony
  • Isn't it obvious?
  • ¨She could not exactly say what had decided her revolt, but it definitely had something to do with Tracy and something to do with the healthier birds (Sylvia Plath, 1).¨ Foreshadows the relationship they were going to have later in the story.
  • ¨Millicent thought of the heather birds. Swooping carefree over the moors, they would go singing and crying out across the great spaces of air (Sylvia Plath, 9).¨ The birds show what Millicent wanted to be, free and do what she wanted to do.
  • ¨What girl would not want to be one of the elect? Wouldn't matter if it did mean five days of initiation before and after school (Sylvia Plath, 2).¨ That quote is ironic because she thought it was so obvious to join the sorority, but as the story went on she got more and more against it
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