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Transcript of Open Boat
1.metaphor-a figure of speech that identifies one thing as being the same as some unrelated other thing,thus strongly implying the similarities between the two.
"the lighthouse was an upright shadow on the see."
2.Simile-a figure of speech that directly compares two things through the explicit use of connecting words (such as like, as, so, than, or various verbs such as resemble).
"at all times its edge was jagged with waves that seemed thrust up in points like rocks"
"A great spread of water, like white flames, swarmed into the her."
3.personification-a figure of speech that gives an inanimate object human characteristics.
"The horizon narrowed and widened, and dipped and rose."
"The craft pranced and reared , and plunged like an animal."
"The Open Boat"
Preston & Hudson
Born: November 01, 1871 Newark, New Jersey
He is known as one of the most innovative writers of his generation.
Most of his stories involved war and in this story he is a war correspondent
he was the 14th and last child of Reverend Jonathan Townley Crane, a Methodist Episcopal minister, and Mary Helen Peck Crane
Crane started his literary career in 1892, when he moved to New York and began freelancing as a writer living a Bohemian lifestyle among local artists
Brotherhood- the four men working together
Hope- when the men see the lighthouse
Man vs Nature- battling the waves
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Four men in boat