In another figure of speech, the metaphor, the writer suggests a comparison without using like or as.
Examples: a torrent of words (compares the speech to a swift river); spectators flocked in ...
... (crowd is compared to a flock of sheep)
In the expression "He blockaded me with his chair," what are Wheeler's movements being compared with?
'Blockade' insinuates a wall or fence of sorts.
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