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What literary device is Shakespeare employing when Malcolm says, "Angels are bright still, though the brightest fell"?

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    Isn't this a metaphor comparing angels with stars?

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    This is just saying in short...The angels are still(bright..idk how to say it...kind..perfect..wise...High..mighty)even though the brightest fell. This is comparing/refering to the story of the devil in the bibble...where he was the most loved angel by god and he fell

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    you are retarded of course it is a metaphor why would you even ask that

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