Hyperbole, Alliteration, and Personification in To Kill a Mockingbird Flashcard Example #40029

The Town of Maycomb Lee’s earliest use of hyperbole occurs when she describes the sleepy town of Maycomb through the eyes of Jean Louise Finch, also known as Scout Finch, the narrator. Here, the adult Scout describes the summer heat…

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Êàðòî÷êè, ñîîòâåòñòâóþùèå çàïðîñó to kill a mockingbird vocabulary Flashcard Example #45947

human chattel assuage scuppernong taciturn slaves to pacify or calm grape reserved in speech; silent human chattel slaves assuage to pacify or calm unfathomable aberration feeble Libel impossible to understand something that differs from the norm lacking strength a published…

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