To Kill a Mockingbird

How does characterization a good literary devise?

how does the author use literary devises to furthur characterization

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I'm not sure if your question is specific to "Mockingbird". Generally authors use common divides like metaphor, simile and personification to develop a character. Certainly you can find examples of all of these in Harper Lee's classic. Scout often uses hyperbole to demonstrate her sarcasm and wit.