In the story "A Sound of Thunder," what are some examples of diction?
Well, when we use the word "diction" we actually refer to something as simple as the choice of words that an author used and the kind of effect that those words create. Therefore, if you are after examples of diction you can actually choose any part of the story you want as long as you comment on why the author chose those particular words and what he or she is trying to do to the reader with them.
One of my favourite parts of this story is the description of the T-Rex when he finally appears. Bradbury has carefully...
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