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Fly away peter
Fly Away Peter
The language in chapter two of David Malouf's Fly Away Peter conveys a very strong sense of landscape as it uses many language devices to do so.
'The land was a flat circle all round, grass-tips, trees stumps, bush...' (Page sixteen, paragraph two) and 'the landscape, the whole great circle of it, grass-heads, scrubs, water, sky...' (Page seventeen paragraph three) show the use of listing physical features of the environment to convey a sense of scenery.
This novel also uses the technique of nature imagery and describing words to express its high level of surroundings. Fo…
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