Edgar Allan Poe's Figurative Language

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As you have read throughout the story Edgar Allan Poe uses a lot of imagery, personification, and extensive uses of metaphors. We will talk about the use of Poe's figurative language throughout the story. In the first paragraph you see he says that " there had never been any pestilence so fatal and so hideous ever before" he also said the " blood was its avatar and its seal" while he was describing the catastrophe of the plague. the narrator is the one that says this. The introduction to the story is happening Its pendulum swung to and fro with a dull, heavy, monotonous clang; is some of the descriptive language he used He uses the descriptive words to describe the inside of the clock and how the pendulum is moving "swung to and fro with
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