Simile and Metaphor Analysis for Madame Bovary
Chapter 1 page 86:
"Not a hair was out of place in the blonde chin whisker outlining his jaw: it was like the
edging of a flower bed around his long, dreary face with its small eyes and hooked nose."
<Tab/>The poetic device of simile used to describe Monsieur Binet helps the reader
visualize how meticulous he is. A meticulous man is the last thing a person wants in a
small and very interconnected village. The reader after such a brief description becomes
aware of this character and his possible significance in the later on affair.
Chapter 2 page 96:
"She was wearing a…
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