Is it bad that I can hear most of them just based off his descriptions?

Is it bad that I can hear most of them just based off his descriptions?

3D-Wecker mit R2D2 Sounds

3D-Wecker mit R2D2 Sounds

R2d2 Sounds,R2 D2,Article,Star Wars

This is utterly ridiculous but Obi Wan would make it sound epic. I like it.

This is utterly ridiculous but Obi Wan would make it sound epic. I like it.

No... not now... don't make me cry... the feels! The feels are to much!!

No... not now... don't make me cry... the feels! The feels are to much!!

Picture of R2D2 Sounds on your Robot, Arduino

R2D2 Sounds on Your Robot, Arduino

Picture of R2D2 Sounds on your Robot, Arduino

Oh, look--A Skywalker ended democracy and the Jedi. Oh, look--these two brought them back. Oh, look--one of them had a kid and started destroying them again.

Oh, look--A Skywalker ended democracy and the Jedi. Oh, look--these two brought them back. Oh, look--one of them had a kid and started destroying them again.

"Now as the vacuum-underground rushed him through the dead cellars of town, jolting him..." (78). The figurative language identified in this sentence is a metaphor. Montag is comparing the subway/train to a vacuum in a dead cellar. Bradbury used this because he wanted the readers to imagine how dead and empty the tunnel and train was. He wanted the readers to see how fast the train was going, also.

"Now as the vacuum-underground rushed him through the dead cellars of town, jolting him..." (78). The figurative language identified in this sentence is a metaphor. Montag is comparing the subway/train to a vacuum in a dead cellar. Bradbury used this because he wanted the readers to imagine how dead and empty the tunnel and train was. He wanted the readers to see how fast the train was going, also.

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