Out of the Dust Figurative Language Chart<br /><ul><li>Simile- a comparison of two dissimilar things, using the words like...
Metaphor- a direct comparison of two dissimilar things (a heart of gold)
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  1. 1. Out of the Dust Figurative Language Chart<br /><ul><li>Simile- a comparison of two dissimilar things, using the words like or as (sly as a fox)
  2. 2. Metaphor- a direct comparison of two dissimilar things (a heart of gold)
  3. 3. Personification- the assignment of humanlike characteristics to nonhumans (the ceiling danced with light)
  4. 4. Imagery- the use of sensory details to create a mental picture (the sky shimmered with radiant hues of blues and pinks)</li></ul>As you read Out of the Dust, complete the chart with examples of figurative language from the novel.<br />SimileMetaphorPersonificationImagerySimileMetaphorPersonificationImagery<br />

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