Please identify similies and metaphors in Johnny Tremaine. I am looking for similes and metaphors in the book, but I can't find many. Does anyone know any in this book?
Similes are comparisons that use the word "like" or "as."
a) The author describes the scene of hundreds of British redcoats crowding the narrow Tremont Street--"like a river of blood."
b) Johnny surprises Mr. Tweedie, the journeyman silversmith whom he dislikes: "The timid creature jumped like a shot rabbit..."
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