Figurative Language In A Tale Of Two Cities By Charles Dickens

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When reading, there are instances where the figurative language can be unnecessary and contributes little to the overall text. With all the forms of figurative language, there are times where the author will refer to nature and exploit the emotions of the characters and their thoughts in the scenario. In this instance, this is an example of using a natural phenomena, like a storm or rain, to express the inner constructs of a characters. An example of a writer who uses natural phenomena is Charles Dickens, who has used it often for the A Tale of Two Cities. Although, there has been arguments on whether Charles Dickens’ use is necessary for the scene. With this essay, I hope to convince you about the use of natural phenomena in A Tale of Two

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