What are at least two literary elements used in Joe Turner's Come and Gone (besides metaphor)?

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While the metaphor is easily found in Joe Turner's Come and Gone, other literary elements may be hard to find based upon the play format.

Another literary element found in the play is imagery. Imagery is

the forming of mental images, figures, or likenesses of things.

That being said, imagery is also found in text which appeals to the senses: sight, touch, taste, sound, and smell.

In the opening of the play, Bertha and Seth are discussing Bynum and the...

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