Figurative Language in Tuesdays with Morrie 1) For your assigned chapter or section, find 5+ examples of figurative language. 2) Copy each example down, label it (simile, metaphor, personification), and include page # in parenthesis. Example: Simile: I watched their wings shining like bits of chrome in the dark… 3) Explain the idea each passage is suggesting. Example: The bees’ wings are very shiny and show up in contrast to the dark surroundings. 1). Choose 2 characters from the novel, for each character, create a simile and metaphor. Example: Simile: In the beginning of the book, Mitch Albom was like a run down building: once was great but has deteriorated over the years. Metaphor: Morrie is an instructional manual, teaching Mitch about life. 2). Choose 5 objects or settings for the story, and personify each. Example: The news building where Mitch worked gave him an angry glare and spat in his face.
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