How Does Robert Penn Warren Use Metaphors In All The King's Men

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Death is the ending of one's life and a beginning to another. Death is a common element in the novel “All The King's Men” by Robert Penn Warren. The novel is about an ordinary man who gets an insight on the political world and eventually works for it, Warren shows the risk one man has to take to survive in the political world and how it deeply impacts him. Stark unexpectedly dies and leaves an impact on the rest of the characters which creates a character development. The author uses metaphors, details and repetition which influences the theme “ you never know what you have until it's gone.” Metaphors are very common throughout this novel, but there's one particular metaphor that describes the attitude development of Tiny Duffy. Jack goes
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