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"He made three separate formations that led to the same tower of dominos in the middle. Together, they would watch everything that was so carefully planned collapse, and they would all smile at the beauty of destruction."
" Suits hung from the rails and the mannequins held their ridiculous poses. 'I think that one likes you,' Liesel said after a while."
"She looks up. S\he speaks in a whisper. 'The sky is soft today, Max. The clouds are so soft and sad, and...' She looks away and crosses her arms. She thinks of her Papa going to war and grabs her jacket at each side of her body. 'And it's cold, Max. It's so cold..."
This is a metaphor because Death is describing beauty and destruction without using like or as, he's saying that beauty is destruction, he is referring to the dominos being so carefully planned out and then being destroyed when they are tipped over.
In this scene Liesel and Rudy are in Alex Steiner's tailor parlor and Liesel uses personification because she is giving a non living thing, in this case the mannequin, a human like characteristics, which is that the mannequin likes Rudy.
In this scene, Hans gets his letter that says that he is being drafted into the war and Liesel begins to describe the weather and setting to Max, even though she knows he's not there because the setting and weather is revolving around what's going on in the scene .
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