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The Hobbit By: Shane Gorman Literary Language in The Hobbit Similes and Metaphors Idioms Rhyme Rhythm Exaggeration Simile-"... As quick as lightning..." Metaphor- Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire
is a metaphor that shows they are out of a bad situation and into a worse one. "...Crack the plates...Bilbo Baggins hates" "...Mountains grim...Caverns dim" "'...yes, yess, yesss...'" "Burn, burn tree and fern!
Shrivel and scorch! A fizzling torch..." "Thirty white horses, on a red hill,
First they champ,
Then they stamp,
Then they stand still." "Alive without breath,
As cold as death;
Never thirsty, ever drinking,
All in mail never clinking." Simile-"...As cold as death..." Metaphors-"This thing all things devours..." which is
comparing time to something that destroys everything. Personification Thanks for Watching! Different versions of The Hobbit. " Thirty white horses on a red hill,
First they champ,
Then they stamp, Then they stand still." Teeth are not
really stamping. "Voiceless cries,
Wingless flutters,
Toothless bites,
Mouthless mutters." The wind is not really
biting or muttering. "As fierce as a dragon in a pinch..." Repetition "yes, Yess, yesss..." "'S-s-s-s-s' said Gollum..." " Ding-dong-a-ling-dang"
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