"A White Heron" by Jewett.
The excerpt from "A White Heron" contains elements of figurative language displaying a sense of adventure by setting tones of courage and fear.
Courage played a major role in Sylvia's adventure. For example, this fearless young girl is described by "climbing from higher branch to branch". This shows her admiralty. A girl of her stature would easily give up in a situation such as this. With all of the climbing she accomplished, shows not only her strength, but her determination as well. Furthermore, Jewett goes on to state, "She crept out along the swaying oak, and took the daring step acro…
- "A White Heron" by Jewett.
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