Rhetorical Devices In Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Everyone is growing and we still grow even when were older it is a mystery to all of us. Zora Neale Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God uses a array of rhetorical devices to show and explain what Janie from the novel went through her life growing up. At the outset of the novel the author uses metaphor comparing how and why it was like a flute song forgotten in another existence and remember again. This device is explaining that her life was forgotten then remembered again. Later, the author shifts to simile were thousands bee’s, met love, from the tree to the root in every blossom. As the author made this a simile to represent what she thought love was. Which led her to feel week or faint from marriage. As the passage comes to an end
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