Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Brave New World (8)
Dialect- "Oh, stuff like magnesium salts, and alcohol for keeping the Deltas and Epsilons small and backward, and calcium carbonate for bones, and all that sort of thing." p.130
Simile- "The strange words rolled through his mind; rumbled, like the drums at the summer dances, if the drums could have spoken." p.131
Repetition&Simile- "But now he had these words, these words like drums and singing and magic. These words and the strange, strange story out of which they were taken." p.132
Imagery- "All alone, outside the pueblo, on the bare plain of the mesa. The rock was like bleached bones in the moonlight. Down in the valley, the coyotes were howling at the moon." p.136

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