This 2 page worksheet has 3 parts: Part 1 identifies the types of Figurative Language Roald Dahl uses in "Lamb to the Slaughter:" Biblical Allusion, Oxymoron, Onomatopoeia, Contrast, Simile,
Parallel Structure, Alliteration, Repetition, & Irony, and the students have to match the example to the definition. Part 2 has examples of the same types of Figurative Language used in the short story, and students have to identify them from the word bank. Part 3 has direct quotations from Dahl's story, and the students have to identify the type of Figurative Language employed in each quotation. An answer KEY is provided.