What are the examples of hyperbole from the story All Summer in a Day?

What are the examples of hyperbole from the story All Summer in a Day?

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    Hyperbole is an exaggerated statement used in literature. Here are some examples from the short story.

    1. The silence was so immense and unbelievable that you felt your ears had been stuffed or you had lost your hearing altogether.
    2. They stopped running and stood in the great jungle that covered Venus, that grew and never stopped growing, tumultuously, even as you watched it.

    Summary of All Summer in a Day

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