This 2 page figurative language worksheet on Rudyard Kipling's famous short story has 3 parts. In Part 1, the students match the 10 examples of figurative language employed in this story to their definitions; this way all the students are working with the same definitions of: biblical allusion, foreshadowing, personification, metaphor, contrast, parallel structure, onomatopoeia, alliteration, repetition, and simile. In Part 2, students match the same figurative language terms to 10 examples. In Part 3, students identify the usage of figurative language in 30 quoted phrases, clauses, or sentences directly from the story. (Some are used more than once; some have more than one answer.) A detailed, 2 page answer KEY is included, making this purchase 4 pages in all.