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Literary Device Hunt: Night

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jarrod groves

on 8 February 2018

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Transcript of Literary Device Hunt: Night

“The old men stayed in their corner, silent, motionless, hunted-down creatures.” Page 70
“Monday went by like a small summer cloud, like a dream in the first hours of dawn.” Page 18
And.... This?
“This conversation lasted no more than a few seconds. It seemed like an eternity.” Page 32
And This....
We were to leave the train here. There was a labor camp on site. The conditions were good. Families would not be separated.” Page 27
What about this?
‘My throat was dry and the words were choking me, paralyzing my lips. There was nothing else to say.” Page 15
What is this?
Literary Device Hunt: Night
“I was putting one foot in front of the other, like a machine. I was dragging this emancipated body that was still such a weight.” Page 85
“The road was endless.” Page 87
“Now, it no longer mattered that the work was hard. All that mattered was to be far from the block, far from the crucible of death, from the center of hell.” Page 74
“After the war, I learned the fate of those who had remained at the infirmary. They were, quite simply, liberated by the Russians, two days after the evacuation.” Page 82
“Death enveloped me, it suffocated me. It stuck to me like glue.” Page 86
“His eyes would suddenly go blank, leaving two gaping wounds, two wells of terror.” Page 76
“My foot was on fire.” Page 83
“Beasts of prey unleashed, animal hate in their eyes. An extraordinary vitality possessed them, sharpening their teeth and nails.” Page 101
Personification
Last one......
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