What Is The Difference Between Audubon And Dillard

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In descriptive passages, Audubon and Dillard both describe large flocks of birds in flight, Dillard artistically pondering how exhilarating and beautiful these creatures are while Audubon observes them scientifically taking note as they fly over him. Dillard uses an artistic approach to her observations, describing the flying birds a “flight extended like a fluttering banner, an unfurled oriflamme”. Her metaphors constructs to her artistic point of view and letting on know she is taking this sight as a spiritual experience rather then a scientific observation. Dillard gives the birds an overview like if they were magnificent creatures and appreciating a simple pleasure one may take for granted. She ends the passage describing
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