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  1. Simile- A figure of speech that directly compares two things. g. the grass is also like me, Man needs God as he needs water and oxygen . Metaphor- Directly refers to one thing by mentioning another. E.g. But they are merely straw not grass, work is food for noble minds.   Personification- GivinRead more

    • Simile– A figure of speech that directly compares two things. g. the grass is also like me, Man needs God as he needs water and oxygen

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    • Metaphor– Directly refers to one thing by mentioning another. E.g. But they are merely straw not grass, work is food for noble minds.

     

    • Personification– Giving something that is not human, a personal nature or human traits. E.g. as soon as it can raise its head, the lawn mower obsessed with flattening it into velvet mows it down, fear is the tax that conscience pays to guilt.

     

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  1. Kishwar Naheed has portrayed the oppression of women in society in a powerful and emotional tone. She has praised strong women and compared them to resilient grass, whereas she has compared submissive women to weaker grass.   The Grass is really like me Summary

    Kishwar Naheed has portrayed the oppression of women in society in a powerful and emotional tone. She has praised strong women and compared them to resilient grass, whereas she has compared submissive women to weaker grass.

     

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