"The ancient Hudson, with bent and scarred radiator screen, with grease in dusty globules at the worn edges of every moving part, with hub caps gone and caps of red dust in their places--this was the new hearth, the living center of the family." What does Steinbeck accomplish by mixing metaphors in this way, what is the effect of each metaphor on the reader, and what effect is the shift in metaphors likely to have on a reader?
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