The Romance of the Forest

What metaphors are used in The Romance of the Forest by Ann Ward Radcliffe?

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The comparison between himself and the gradation of decay, which these columns exhibited, was but too obvious and affecting."

"To discover depravity in those whom we have loved, is one of the most exquisite tortures to a virtuous mind, and the conviction is often rejected before it is finally admitted."


The Romance of the Forest