The Treasure Of Lemon Brown Analysis

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Have you ever thought that an elderly, homeless man could own a treasure of his own? Everyone has their own treasure. In the story “The treasure of lemon Brown” by Walter Dean Myers, the author uses Descriptive adjectives and Figurative language. He uses these to explain and help the reader visualize the setting, mood, and characters in the story.

In the story ”The Treasure of Lemon Brown” the author uses figurative language.He uses examples such as “Gusts of wind made bits of paper dance between the parked cars.” He uses these to describe the setting and the reader infers that there is trash in the streets - maybe not a nice neighborhood. Here he uses personification to describe the dirty and messy streets. “The dark sky, filled with
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The author also uses descriptive adjectives. He uses these and makes them work into the story very well. “graffiti-scarred building to the grim shadows”. The author uses descriptive language when describing the setting to help set the eerie mood of the story. “small, pale green kitchen”. Descriptive language helps the reader to visualize the kitchen and the reader infers that the kitchen is probably old. “The inside of the building was dark except for the dim light that filtered through the dirty windows from the street lamps.” This shows that Greg had entered a dark, old dirty room and helps us picture it very well and how he reacted to the inside of it. The author of this book had been very good at using descriptive adjectives to describe the setting and all sorts of things.

In the story “The treasure of lemon Brown” by Walter Dean Myers, the author uses Descriptive adjectives and Figurative language to find and make the setting, mood, and characters in this story. In all the supporting evidence above this can confirm this and also helps the reader understand why or how he uses the techniques. Therefore throughout the story “The Treasure of Lemon Brown” the author uses many details and examples of Descriptive adjectives and figurative
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