"The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane
In the story "The Open Boat" the author, Stephen Crane, uses a lot of figurative language. Figurative language is used in this short story to give a valid picture of what the men are going through by comparing something that the reader probably hasn't seen. Examples of how figurative language works in this story are showing the comparison to how small the boat really is and how big the waves are. They are so big compared to the boat that they can't see anything but those waves. Other examples of uses of figurative language will be shown on later in this paper.
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