It’ll be hard walking into the lab, knowing that Miss Petrie won’t be there, but at some point I have to do it. I still imagine her her flitting from lab table to lab table, her face framed by a chaos of curls, and yet I can’t quite picture the last image I will ever have of her.
That can’t be normal.
What do you think?
I will try to add more tropes and figures of speech (with examples) here throughout this semester.
My interest in tropes and figures of speech come from a recent lecture, where faculty advisor Martine Leavitt called tropes the “Swiss Army Knife” for writers. Who couldn’t use one of those? I know I could.
Keep reading. Maybe we’ll all learn something here.