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1 Similes and Metaphors “Sinners in the hand of an upset GodBy: Priyanka Dey, Abinaya Sivakumar, and also Anthony Wang

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2 Simile v. An allegory Simile: Metaphor:Explicit to compare of 2 unlike objects utilizing “like” or “as” provided for speakers, poets brief similes have the right to be an effective Metaphor: to compare of two unlike objects there is no using details words (e.g. “like” or “as”) compare concrete principles to ideas

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3 Simile #1 “The God that holds you over the pit of hell, much as one hold a spider or loathsome insect over the fire” (p. 81, paragraph 2) to compare God holding a human to a how a person would hold a spider or revolting insects reflects God’s immense regulate over humans

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4 Simile #2 “The wrath that God is like good waters increasing much more and more, and also rise greater and higher…” (p.80, paragraph 5) compare the boost of oh my god wrath to the raising power that the water together the tide of water end up being larger, they space also more powerful Similarly, as God’s wrath increases, his wrath becomes much more destructive

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5 Metaphor Quote Concrete photo Idea it Represents“The fiery floods that the fierceness and also the wrath that God would certainly rush forth v inconceivable fury…” (p.80, i 5) - The overwhelming Represents fierceness of god’s wrath “The bow of oh my gosh wrath is bent, and also the arrow made ready on the string, and also justice bends on arrow at your heart, and also strings the bow…” (p.

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80, i 6) The bow The arrowhead Represents oh my gosh wrath represents justice

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6 Metaphors (continued)Quote Concrete image Idea it represents “It is a good furnace that wrath” (p. 81, i 3) - The furnace - represents God’s wrath “The fire pent increase in their very own hearts is all set to break out..” - The fire - represents people’s fury

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