Saturday, June 9, 2007

Appositive Phrase(s)

9 comments:

lswolter said...

“It was good listening to the beetle hum, the sleepy mosquito buzz and delicate filigree murmur of the old man’s voice at first scolding him and then consoling him in the late hour of night as he emerged…” (Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, page 103)

Anonymous said...

Gilly gave little William Ernest the most fearful face in all her collection of scary looks, a cross between Count Dracula and Godzilla." (Katherine Paterson, The Great Gilly Hopkins)

Anonymous said...

The dawn came quickly now, a wash, a glow, a lightness, and then an explosion of fire, as the sun arose out of the Gulf. (John Steinbeck, The Pearl)

Anonymous said...

Lou Epstein, the oldest, shortest, and baldest of the three Epstein brothers, barely looked up from the cash register when Alfred entered the store. (Robert Lipsyte, The Contender)

kguajardo said...

“Mom and Dad rushed in, side by side for a change, happy that I was not dead.” Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls P. 9

kguajardo said...

“O Iris, Goddess of the Rainbow, show us the threat.” Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian P. 59

Bruce LeBlanc said...

"He had thought that his greatest treasure, the trumpet, could buy a soul for Jim." -Kurt Vonnegut, The Kid Nobody Could Handle

Bruce LeBlanc said...

"Panic sprouted again, desperate fleeing panic, but there was nowhere to flee to." - Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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