Name the Figurative Language in Lord of the Flies

Personification “The great rock loitered,poised on one toe, decidednot to return…”
Personification “Small flames… crawledaway… scrambled up…”
Simile “One patch touched a treetrunk and scrambled uplike a bright squirrel.”
Simile “This toy of voting was almost as pleasing as the conch.”
Personification “…little breezes crept…” /” the palm fronds wouldwhisper…”
Simile “…who perched like black birds on the criss-crosstrunks…”
Personification ” …was only invaded bythe sea at high tide…”
Simile “…the lagoon was still asa mountain lake…”
Hyperbole “We’ve got to make smokeup there – or die.”
Alliteration ” …a clean flag of flameflying…”
Simile “…the sun gazed down likean angry eye…”
Simile “The rock was as large asa small motor car.”
Metaphor “…and played leapfrog onhis thighs.”
Alliteration “The boys began tobabble.”
Simile “…but it was thick andwoven like a bird’s nest.”
Onomatopoeia “…that buzzed…”
Personification “…the tears leapt from hiseyes…”
Hyperbole “I told you a dozen timesnow”
Simile “…thunder went off like agun.”
Alliteration “… spread along, a seriesof short sharp cries, thesighting call.”
Allusion “Treasure Island” /”Swallows and Amazons” /”Coral Island”
2 Metaphors “…beard of flame…” /”…river of sparks…”
Personification “…the fire growled atthem.”
Simile “… as though a giant hadbent down to reproduce theshape of the island in aflowing chalk line…”
Anaphora “…one was clamped down,one was helpless, one wascondemned, one was—”
Synecdoche “Their heads clustered abovethe trunks in the greenshade…”
Metaphor ” …then returned as afighter-plane…”
Allusion “…Three blind mice…”
Personification “…the heat hit him…”
Simile “His hair was full of dirt and trapped like the tendrils of acreeper.”
Metaphor “The beach between the palm terrace and the water was athin stick…”
Onomatopoeia “Sche-aa-ow!”

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