Native English speakers, what does this mean ?

"A blunt battering-ram of a book"

2 Answers

  • Alan
    Lv 7
    8 months ago
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    A battering ram is a device used in medieval times to open castle doors.

    It is a large wooden log or similar device used to break open doors.

    It is also the term for the device the police today to break open doors.

    so "blunt battering-ram of a book" is a book which is

    very forceful and blunt with whatever message is trying to get across.

    See image below for a picture.

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    it is a metaphor. It is liking the book to a battering ram. This means that the book is very large and heavy.

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