What is the metaphor in Katherine Paterson the last dog?

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Katherine Paterson's "Bridge to Terabithia" ... Everything the dog did, he imitated, flopping down at last with his tongue lolling out. raise. move upwards
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Imagery: Quiz & Worksheet for Kids Quiz; ... In the following excerpt from 'The Last Dog' by Katherine Paterson, ... Metaphor Lesson for Kids: ...
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By contrast Katherine Paterson in Bridge to Terabithia uses a wide range of ... Objective or dramatic point of view: ... The old dog walked ...
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... that ends with a grand finale, The Last Olympian. Loaded with villains, creepy ... Katherine Paterson; Sarah Patt; James ... The Dog Who Wouldn't Be;
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— Katherine Paterson, Gates of Excellence, ... and metaphor, And I ended up with ... Raising Jane Journal contents © 2016 MaryJane Butters.
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Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson. Home / Literature / Bridge to Terabithia / Characters / Jesse Aarons ; Characters / Jesse Aarons ;
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