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Figures of speech are imaginative tools in ordinary communications used for explaining speech beyond its usual usage. Authors use figurative language for esthetic reasons and also, to make the reader see familiar things in a new way. This is most often used in the form of analogy to convey their massage. This study analyses similes and metaphors which are the most common figures of speech in Ngongkum's Arrows of Treachery and The Mbatbalung Scar. It aims at analysing how the images ofdoi:10.14738/assrj.415.3240 fatcat:hvfczkekxrdfvmwfj2gyafwixe