Similes, Metaphors, Alliteration, and Vivid Imagery
2.) "Nearer he came and nearer! Her face was like a light!" (75). This is also a simile because when the author compares her face to a light he uses the word like again. This line means that her facial expressions and emotions stood out, out of everything else in the night.
2.) "Shattered her breast in the moonlight and warned him - with her death" (79). This is a metaphor because the author says her breasts were shattered even though it was just another way of saying she killed herself. The line means that it was a tragedy and that she died.