Yes, there is symbolism in this story. For example, the red poppies were put on the graves of the dead, after the war had ended. When red poppies are seen they know the brave rest in peace and the violent times of heartbreak were over.
Another example of symbolismwas when the on February of 1934 when a sprinkle of rain dusted over the panhandle symbolizing the hope that all these poverty struck people share at the chance of getting a harvest, making a living, providing for a family, and most important that this agony of life they were living would soon come to an end.
it symbolizes bad because it causes hardaches
SHUT UP and read the book lazy *****
read the book silly
She’s an old mule on the subject of my schooling. P. 10
The boy is a tiger
Yes she does.
There is only one similie that i found when i was doing my homework, it was "dreams as happy as her day" and the metaphor is when he refers to himself as dust. Hope this helped
Freddy's Nightmares - 1988 Dust to Dust 2-20 was released on: USA: 25 February 1990
metaphors in to kill a mockingbrid
Two metaphors, not one. 1) Your (Abraham's) descendants will be as numerous as the stars (Genesis 15:5).2) Your (Abraham's) descendants will be as numerous as the dust of the Earth (Genesis 13:16).See also:Abraham's biography
I do not see any metaphors but if you want to check for yourself then look for a comparison between 2 things not using like or as.
warm weather metaphors
One with many metaphors in it is 'Blackbird.'
Metaphors are used to make a piece of information imaginative and creative.
Millennium Metaphors was created on 2000-09-25.