Flying Machine Literary Devices

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Literary Analysis of The Flying Machine The Flying Machine by Ray Bradbury, is set in China many centuries ago. It is about a man who creates a device that allows him to soar through the wind, much like a bird. The Emperor recognizes this act as a form of evil, and executes the flyer. Bradbury also uses many literary devices in his story, to emphasis the Emperor, in his truly wicked, yet caring and generous manner. First, it is important to note the diction used in The Flying Machine. Overall Bradbury uses simple words, that are easy to understand and easily recognizable. Next, the words of the characters develop their personalities. For example, the Flier is very confident in his choices, saying things like, "I have flown in the sky, Your
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