The Whipping Boy

How does Sid Fleischman use imagery in The Whipping Boy?

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Fleischman uses detailed imagery in order to paint a realistic picture of the fair. The imagery he provides includes sounds and smells. It also visually illustrates the fair, its setting, and the its happening. In stimulating all five of our senses, the author makes us feel as if we are there.

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The Whipping Boy