The Road

The road

"...[T]he blackened shapes of a rock standing up out of the shoals of ash and billows of ash blowing down country through the waste." (14) why do you think McCarthy uses the imagery of ocean to describe the landscape?

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I don't see ocean imagery in this quote more than barren landscape. The earth feels dead, much like humanity and the world is dead.