The Scarlet Ibis Figurative Language Analysis

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How would you feel if your brother brought you to your coffin, when your were little and made your stick your hand out and touch it? This is exactly what happened during The Scarlet Ibis. The Scarlet Ibis is written by James Hurst, who has written many other books. But The Scarlet Ibis is the most recognizable. Throughout the book James Hurst uses figurative language, imagery, and symbolism, James Hurst creates a sorrowful tone in his short story. Which can be noticed throughout the story. The Scarlet Ibis uses foreshadowing throughout the short story to give an insight to what's going to happen in the future.The narrator talks about the last graveyard flowers blooming. Which could mean someone is going to die later in the short story.“