The Good Earth

what similes are used to describe the jewels O-lan gets from the rich house in the city?

In chapters 15 through 16

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"There [are] such a mass of jewels as one [has] never dreamed could be together, jewels red as the inner flesh of watermelons, golden as wheat, green as young leaves in spring, clear as water tricking out of the earth."


The Good Earth