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

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2 Simile v. Metaphor Simile: Metaphor:Explicit compariboy of 2 unfavor objects making use of “like” or “as” Used for speakers, poets Quick similes have the right to be effective Metaphor: Comparichild of two unfavor objects without making use of particular words (e.g. “like” or “as”) Compare concrete ideregarding principles

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3 Simile #1 “The God that holds you over the pit of hell, a lot as one holds a spider or loathsome insect over the fire” (p. 81, paragraph 2) Compares God holding a perkid to a how a perkid would organize a spider or revolting insects Shows God’s enormous control over human beings

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4 Simile #2 “The wrath of God is favor good waters enhancing more and even more, and also rise higher and higher…” (p.80, paragraph 5) Compares the increase of God’s wrath to the enhancing power of the water As the waves of water come to be larger, they are likewise even more powerful Similarly, as God’s wrath rises, his wrath becomes even more destructive

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5 Metaphor Quote Concrete Image Idea it Represents“The fiery floods of the fierceness and also the wrath of God would rush forth with inconceivable fury…” (p.80, paragraph 5) - The flood Represents fierceness of God’s wrath “The bow of God’s wrath is bent, and the arrow made prepared on the string, and justice bends on arrowhead at your heart, and also strings the bow…” (p.

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80, paragraph 6) The bow The arrowhead Represents God’s wrath Represents justice

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6 Metaphors (continued)Quote Concrete Image Idea it Represents “It is an excellent heater of wrath” (p. 81, paragraph 3) - The heating system - Represents God’s wrath “The fire pent up in their own hearts is ready to break out..” - The fire - Represents people’s anger

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