Unformatted text preview: but similes and metaphors seemed of great importance. An example of a simile is when he described “salaaming the foul line” like a “Muslim.” I would like to argue that it was probably not the type of description I would use, but it did a good job presenting an image in my mind. The dialogue used in the story seemed very monotone or one-way dialogues, more of a monologue than a dialogue. Most, if not all, dialogue in the story was a character telling the other something without the other responding. The only real two person dialogue came at the end of the story when the author addressed his father....
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- Winter '08
- Writing, Fiction-writing mode, Andres F. Gonzalez, Gonzalez Prof. Keeler, great deal description