Which excerpt from “Good Country People” is the best example of figurative language? The reason for her keeping them so long was that they were . . . good country people. If she don’t get there before the dust settles, you can bet she’s dead, that’s all. She would make these statements, usually at the table, in a tone of gentle insistence as if no one held them but her. It was hard for Mrs. Hopewell to realize that her child was thirty-two now and that for more than twenty years she had had only one leg.

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hint - one of them is a similie that makes a comparison using "like" or "as"

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