This two page worksheet on the figurative language James Hurst employs in his short story, "The Scarlet Ibis," has 3 parts. In Part 1 students match 11 examples of figurative language found in the story to their definitions: biblical allusion, personification, alliteration, pun, metaphor, simile, parallel structure, foreshadow, symbolism, repetition, & flashback. In Part 2 students match the figurative language terms to examples, and in Part 3 they identify the examples used in 30 direct quotations from the story. This is both a good review or an introduction to how authors use figurative language. A two page answer KEY in included.