Way to Rainy Mountain

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Subject: Creative Writing
Author: Hayk Ghukasyan
Date: July 1, 2009
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Scott Momaday, the author uses his grandmother to symbolize loss of heritage, tribes, hope and religion. Through the use of rhetorical devices such as personification, parallelism, contrast, allegory, connotation and figurative language the author conveys his thesis...
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Through personification, the author gives a human characteristic to the wall in the phrase “The humiliation of those high gray walls”. Through parallelism the author attracts the readers’ attention by emphasizing phrases such as “lost tribes, lost religion, lost hope” to depict the difference between past and the present...
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