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Figurative Language, Metaphor and Simile
Metaphor and Simile - Create rich and exciting images that convey the author’s purpose quickly.
They challenge us to use our imagination when we read.
Try to visualize this metaphor and simile (similes use the words “like” or “as”).
-Metaphor taken from the Shabaka Stone.
“Ptah, the Ancient One, is the heart and tongue of the Ennead.”
-Simile taken from quote by Prof. John H. Clarke.
“History is like a Clock... History is like a Compass.”
Symbol - Objects that stand for other than themselves. Symbols are very powerful and can convey a lot of information in a very simple way.
-Taken from the Creation Story called, “Shabaka Stone”.
Wavy Lines - Water/ Electromagnetism
Sun/ Creative Intelligence
Flashback and Foreshadow
Flashback - When an author writes about a past event and places it in the present.
Flashback taken from Book of the Coming Forth by Night “I Made the Anterior Era.”
-Foreshadow - When an author writes about a future event and places it in the present.
Foreshadow taken from Book of the Coming Forth By Night “I Made the Anterior Era.”
“I Know Yesterday and I Know Tomorrow, Yesterday was Asar... Tomorrow will be Ra.”
Book of Coming Forth to Day by Night.
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