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What technique is, "Hands on backwards"?
Metaphor
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Finish the quote: "That would revel to the illiterate the goodness of God..."
"... and the suffering of His son."
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What technique is, "in a voice as sweet as a child's when she speaks to her mother"
Similie
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Finish the quote: "She wore.."
"... Men's boots when she wore any."
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What effect does the use of the euphemism "she lay silenced" have
It is too painful to admit she's dead
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What technique is: "They go bobbing along"?
Synedoche
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What technique is, "here and up and down and there"?
Unusual syntax
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What effect does the quote: "here and up and down and there" have?
makes the nurses seem everywhere at once and seeing them all over the place is very disorientating
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Finish the quote: "That would revel to the illiterate the goodness of God..."

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"... and the suffering of His son."

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What technique is, "in a voice as sweet as a child's when she speaks to her mother"

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Finish the quote: "She wore.."

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What effect does the use of the euphemism "she lay silenced" have

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