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What is the literary device for this: The roaring of the tempest ...?
Or.... The shrieking of the wind?
Personification. Giving human actions to things that aren't human I believe that's it
For the first or second one?
For both, wind can't shriek, only humans can do that..and a tempest is a storm, also not a human so it can't roar
Thanks... What about: We know him who is the key?
Hmm, no sorry, I don't understand that one :/
Mmkay.. It's fine! :) What about: Have the scattered flock been torn? Dark the desert paths and dreary? And one i saw with sword and shield? The battle is not long? Rome seized the scepter? We know him who is the key?
:/ no, not really :/ maybe I can find someone else for you...
Thanks... I need help, lol.
we know him who is the key is using key as a symbol. so it's either a metonymy or metaphor. i think i'd rather go with emtaphor rather than metonymy