Sights and Sounds of America

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May 17, 2017

 

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Through the use of the main verb “pyramids”, as seen in “…life pyramids against itself and in its confusion has finally allied itself with the enemy non-life.”, Steinbeck employs the rhetorical device of paradox; furthermore, criticizing the city life, where there is no hope for survival. The general truth of the paradox is that in the city, life stacks up against itself and in its confusion, taking sides with death...
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The general truth of the paradox is that in the city, life stacks up against itself and in its confusion, taking sides with death. Steinbeck uses repetition, and figurative language, in the sentence “And what the scorching, searing, freezing, poisoning weapons of non-life have failed to do may be accomplished to the end of its destruction and extinction by the tactics of survival gone sour...
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