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Question 1 1. Which statement best describes what we can learn about themes from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet?
Question 2 2. Why are epic similes sometimes called Homeric similes?
Question 3 3. How do metaphors differ from similes?
Question 4 4. 'Light as a feather,' 'soft as silk,' and 'inky blackness' are all examples of…
Raise up thy thoughts above the sky/That dunghill mists away may fly./Thou hast a house on high erect/Fram'd by that mighty Architect,/With glory richly furnished/Stands permanent, though this be fled.