The Manhunt

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What device is the title
metaphor
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What does " only then would he let me trace the frozen river which ran through his face" represent
strong feelings that can't be expressed
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What does "onlt then would he let me explore the blown hinge of his lower jaw"
he can't talk about the war
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What does the metaphor "the fractured rudder of a shoulder blade" symbolise
his lack of control " ship wrecked"
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Which metaphor represents an unstable ladder
" only then could i bind the struts and climb the rungs of his broken ribs"
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What does "grazed heart" represent
emotional and physical pain the can be fixed
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Which metaphor suggests he has lost his masculinity and is like a baby
" the foetus of metal"
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What does "unexploded mine" suggest abou his temper
he is tense and could blow at any time
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Which quote shows where the source of the problem is
"to a sweating unexploded mine buried deep in his mind"
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What does " only then would he let me trace the frozen river which ran through his face" represent

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strong feelings that can't be expressed

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What does "onlt then would he let me explore the blown hinge of his lower jaw"

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What does the metaphor "the fractured rudder of a shoulder blade" symbolise

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Which metaphor represents an unstable ladder

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