anonymous
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In Ralph Waldo Emerson’s poem, The Concord Hymn, he describes the beginning of the Revolutionary War. In these two lines, what figure of speech does he use? “Here once the embattled farmers stood And fired the shot heard round the world.” personification hyperbole simile alliteration
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anonymous
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Its a Hyperbole :) It's not a simile because it's not comparing anything It's not alliteration because the there isn't a pattern in the first letter of the words It's not personification because it's not saying that an unhuman thing is doing human-like actions. So it's hyperbole for sure.
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