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In the short story "The Veldt" by Ray Bradbury, what are a few examples of figurative language?

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Figurative language really comes into its own in descriptions, and thus you might like to analyse some of the descriptions that this excellent short story gives us of the veldt that the nursery walls create and the emphasis on the lifelike nature of the animals inside of it. Consider the following description that we are given of the lions, for example:

And here were the lions now, fifteen feet away, so real, so...

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