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ilovedaivd

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In Romeo and Juliet act 5, scene 3, what literary element is in these lines? "O, here / Will I set up my everlasting rest, / And shake the yoke of inauspicious stars / From this world-wearied flesh." A. Flashback B. Foreshadowing C. Motif D. Simile

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  1. ilovedaivd
    • one year ago
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    @april115 @UH60blackhawk lol you guys went straight to it

  2. april115
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    hmmm its between answer A and D

  3. april115
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    lol

  4. ilovedaivd
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    it probly A bec ause a simile is using like or as right ?

  5. april115
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    Yes, correct

  6. april115
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    oops!! sorry mod, i was not cheating just so you know

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