Great Expectations

what are some literary devices in each chapter of great expectations.

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"I might have been an unfortunate little bull in a Spanish arena, I got so smartingly touched up by these moral goads." (Page 25)

"She really was a most charming girl, and might have passed for a captive fairy, whom that truculent Ogre, Old Barley, had pressed into his service." (Page 371)


"...and it drove still, as if in the East there were an Eternity of cloud and wind" (Chapter 43)


"I got up and went downstairs; every board upon the way, and every crack in every board, calling after me, “Stop thief!” and “Get up, Mrs. Joe!” " (Chapter 3)


“I ran no farther than the house door, for there I ran head foremost into a party of soldiers with their muskets; one of whom held out a pair of handcuffs to me saying, 'Here you are, look sharp, come on!'" (Chapter 4)


"In every single thing I went for you, I went for you, ‘Lord strike blight upon it,” I says, wotever it was I went for, ‘if it ain’t for him!’" (Chapter 19)


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