world to contrast with hummingbirds and therefore underscore that a heart is

World to contrast with hummingbirds and therefore

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world, to contrast with hummingbirds and therefore underscore that a heart isessential to every creature. From here he starts to make some connections between hisson who was born with three rather than four chambers in his heart and his essay. “Weall churn inside” leads the whole passage to transit into a fine conclusion whichstrengths his point that life is important and precious. At last, to a large extent, Brian Doyle’s use of facts makes his metaphorspowerful. He uses facts as further information to describe hummingbirds, whales andso on to give readers with limiting knowledge of them a more concrete idea, makingthe article easier for readers to approach. For instance, at the beginning of the secondparagraph Doyle wrote, “Each one visits a thousand flowers a day. They can dive atsixty miles an hour. They can fly backwards. They can fly more than five hundredmiles without pausing to rest,” in which all facts from the following statements helpreaders with visualizing hummingbirds’ ultra-fast lives, further supporting thepowerful role of the metaphor.
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