This 2 page Figurative Language worksheet on Ambrose Bierce's short story "A Horseman in the Sky" has 3 parts. Part 1 identifies the 11 examples of figurative language in the story: classical allusion, onomatopoeia, biblical allusion, alliteration, simile, irony, parallel structure, foreshadow, personification, flashback, and metaphor, and students have to match the term to the definition. Part 2 uses the same terms from the word bank to match the term to an example. Part 3 has 20 direct quotations from the story that contain examples of the figurative language Bierce employs, and students have to identify them. A detailed, 2 page answer key is provided, making this lesson plan 4 pages total.