Fahrenheit 451 Figurative Language Part 2

The bombers crossed the sky over the house, gasping, murmuring, whistling like an immense, invisible fan, circling in emptiness personification and simile
sitting there like a wax doll melting in its own heat simile
Delicately, like the petals of a flower simile
Each becomes a black butterfly metaphor
Light the third page from the second and so on, chain smoking metaphor
I kicked the pill bottle in the dark, like kicking buried mine analogy
the floor litter with swarms of black moths that had died in a single storm metaphor
The train radio vomited upon Montag personification
He’s a regular peppermint stick now metaphor
You’re a hopeless romantic idiom
The book has pores metaphor
when you drop a seed in a TV parlor? It grows you any shape it wishes! analogy
we might pick smaller cliffs to jump off metaphor
if you drown, at least die knowing you were headed for shore analogy
The salamander devours his tail! metaphor
How like a beautiful statue of ice it was, melting in the sun simile
newspapers dying like huge moths simile
I need an umbrella to keep off the rain. I’m so damned afraid I’ll drown if he gets me again metaphor
If you put it in your ear, Montag, I can sit comfortably home, warming my frightened bone, and hear and analyze the fireman’s world, find its weakness, without danger. I’m the Queen Bee, safe in the hive. analogy
I’ll be with you the rest of the night, a vinegar gnat tickling your ear when you need me. analogy (and metaphor)
the way the stars looked, a million of them swimming between the clouds hyperbole or metaphor
like the enemy discs simile
vanished into the volcano’s mouth metaphor
The images drained away, as if the water had been let from a gigantic crystal bowl simile
scare the hell out of them idiom
Scare the living daylights out! idiom

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