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Select the literary devices, figures of speech, or sensory details used in the example below. Select all that apply. The poet tells his love that he will love her: So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee. hyperbole symbol visual images simile

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    hyperbole

  4. anonymous
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    select all that apply plz

  5. anonymous
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    is it just hyperbole?

  6. Keigh2015
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    I think it is just hyperbole

  7. AnimalLover8
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    yeah i think so.... is it rude to ask for a medal? im not asking for one for this but i was just wondering

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    no ur fine

  9. anonymous
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    Select the literary devices, figures of speech, or sensory details used in the example below. Select all that apply. My heart beats for you, my love. Do you hear it? It says, "Ba bum, ba bum, ba bum." symbolism onomatopoeia sound details visual images rhyme

  10. Keigh2015
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    sound details and onomatopoeia

  11. AnimalLover8
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    yep

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