Figurative language in harry potter and the goblet of fire
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Metaphors and Similes
All rights reserved. What's Up With the Ending? In the first chapter, Frank Bryce, the unfortunate gardener for the Riddle house, is arrested for the murder of the Riddle family in Little Hangleton, England. Frank is soon released because there' Harry's lightning bolt-shaped scar on his forehead becomes a major plot point in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The scar is the only mark on Harry's body from when Voldemort tried to kill him
Post a Comment. Well, I finished the Kite Runner, so now I get to blog on whatever, and this is what I'm reading right now. Durmstrang : Strang, meaning storm, and Durm meaning urge, in German, fit considering the school is supposed to be tough and violent. I suppose this is a personification, since pictures can't look at you. But then again, in Hogwarts they can.
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Metaphors make a comparison between two things, objects, people, or even feelings. This comparison is often hidden, but can sometimes be quite obvious, depending on the intent of the author.
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