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"That suddenly above the bee is heard,"
Is this an example of sensory language? It pertains one of the 5 senses(hearing)so I'm assuming.

  • ela -

    For one thing, it's a fragment, so it's pretty hard to be sure of what it means.

    Why are you assuming anything? If this is from a poem or story, you need to include the whole context. We can't know or even assume anything unless we can read the whole thing.

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