Post the examples of imagery you discovered in To kill a Mockingbird. Be certain to include the web page numbers and also the beginning of the quote. If someone renders a mistake, or if you have a question about if one is correct, short article that together well. Remember this is for English course so NO TEXTSPEAK!!!
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Mrs.Emerysaid...

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litote - thing 12 p. 160 "You all know of brothers Tom Robinson's trouble". Problem is a litote since he was in much more than trouble, he to be on trial because that his life, therefore calling the case "trouble" is an understatement.

May 11, 2012 in ~ 7:12 AM

Mrs.Emerysaid...

Metonymy -- instrument for the agent: p. 129 chapter 10. "Atticus Finch was the deadest shot in Maycomb county in his time." speak Atticus was the shot is metonymy because he is not the shot, his pistol is. Atticus is merely good at shoot a gun.

May 11, 2012 at 7:17 AM

Mrs.Emerysaid...

more metonymy on p. 121...

May 11, 2012 at 7:17 AM
Kendallsaid...

Hyperbole- “Miles of building paper.” (page 36)Oxymoron- “Happy cemetery.” (page 135)Simile- “By the time Mrs. Cat dubbed the drugstore for an stimulate of chocolate malted mice the course was wriggling favor a bucketful that Catawba worms.” (page 18) ~Kendall

May 12, 2012 at 9:36 AM
Mikaylaaaasaid...

Simile- "These were summary speculations for the an initial month of she stay, together she had little to say to Jem or me, and we observed her only at enjoy the meal times and at night before we visited bed." (pg. 175)-Mikayla

May 13, 2012 at 7:45 PM

yanich36said...

that's a an allegory by the way

May 14, 2012 in ~ 1:42 PM
hi!_i'm_skyler!:)said...

"Old Adolf Hitler has been prosecutin' the-" p.327 Apostrophe "...people said the home died." p. 15 personification"The old to be the same, droopy and also sick..." p.19 personification"Happy cemetery." p. 157 oxymoron"You all know of brothers Tom Robinson's trouble." p. 160 litote"... The boy could go the chair..." p. 195 metonomy"... Don't permit 'em obtain your goat." p.101 idiom "Dill had seen Dracula..." p.9 allusion"The tire bumped ~ above gravel, skeetered throughout the road, crashed right into a barrier and also popped me prefer a cork top top the pavement." p.50 simile

May 14, 2012 in ~ 2:02 PM
Sofiasaid...

Simile- "it's favor a roman inn carnival.' (pg. 213)Personification- "When miss out on Maudie was angry her brevity to be icy." (pg.312)-Sofie

May 14, 2012 at 2:21 PM
petersaid...

"Mrs. Merriweather played her voice prefer an organ"-simile(page309)"May comb was an old town, but it was a exhausted old town once I first knew it"-personification(page5)-Peter

May 14, 2012 in ~ 2:27 PM
Dominicsaid...

"The authorities released us early on the critical day of school". Web page 45, metonomy - instument for agent "Zeebo cleared his throat and read in a voice like far-off artillary." simile web page 161

May 14, 2012 in ~ 2:52 PM
Courtneysaid...

Hyperbole- "There was no hurry, because that there was nowhere to go, nothing come buy and also no money to buy that with, nothing come see outside the limits of Maycomb County.” p6Allusion- "...passing castle along through that English Channel of gossip, miss out on Stephanie Crawford." p323Alliteration- "..several swift, satisfying fist-fights..." p326

May 14, 2012 at 3:19 PM
Mariasaid...

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ok soooo on web page 293 "he'll go the chair" is an example of metonomyon web page 253 "and the was the evidence of the placing is one idiome due to the fact that how can pudding have actually proofpage 139 it's not time to issue yet is a motif

May 14, 2012 in ~ 3:21 PM
Anonymoussaid...

"Summer was on the way." - Reification, page 45"...Popped me choose a cork top top pavement." - Similie, page 50“Summer to be our finest season: the was sleeping on the ago screened porch in cots, or trying to sleep in the treehouse; summer was everything great to eat; it was a thousands colors in a parched landscape; however most of all, summer to be Dill.” - Metaphor, web page 45