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James Hurst

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Figuratively Speaking

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I pulled the go-cart through the saw-tooth fern, down into the green dimness where the palmetto fronds whispered by the stream. I lifted him out and set him down in the soft rubber grass beside a tall pine.

What type of figurative language does Hurst use above?

A

Simile.

B

Metaphor.

C

Personification.

D

Alliteration.

E

Pun.