Watership Down Richard Adams Metaphors

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In the book Watership Down, I noticed Richard Adams (author) used metaphors and similes. For example "It took Hazel some trouble to learn to grip half a carrot in his mouth and carry it, like a dog, across the field and back to the warren”(87). Richard Adams was very good with imagery as he was very descriptive of the setting and characters having good imagery. Richard Adams used personification. There was foreshadowing in the book and what Richard Adams would do he would put a quote in the beginning of each chapter that gives a hint on what will happen later in the chapter. Richard Adams used these literary devices especially similes because different authors prefer different writings style and depending what literary devices you use reflects
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