Need help analysing quotes

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The following are from Henry Reynold’s Why weren’t we told… I am having trouble finding techniques part from the obvious ones. Please help :3

She called out to the barman, “Quick call an ambulance! A man outside has been badly hurt!’

He lay dazed by the impact and blood poured from a gash in his scalp. Two-and-a half-year-old John said, ‘Look, mummy! Poor man.’

Many hotel managers, bowing to their patron’s prejudices, refused to serve blacks.

He found an Islander woman in deep distress. She had been raped.

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She called out to the barman, “Quick call an ambulance! A man outside has been badly hurt!’

– exclamation, drama

He lay dazed by the impact and blood poured from a gash in his scalp. Two-and-a half-year-old John said, ‘Look, mummy! Poor man.’

– imagery, exaggeration

Many hotel managers, bowing to their patron’s prejudices, refused to serve blacks.

– logos, metaphor (humans do not physically “bow” to prejudices)

He found an Islander woman in deep distress. She had been raped.

– narrative

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