LA- Grade 9

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"Something invisible, seeking shelter from the cruel and pitiless vacuum of space." Is an example of:

a. metaphor
b. personification
c. symbolism
d. hyperbole

Your help is much appreciated !!

  • LA- Grade 9 -

    First of all label the School Subject so the volunteers will recognize it. LA for example means "Los Angeles" to me!

    Here is a good site for Literary Terms where you can look them up and get a definition:

    http://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/lit_terms_L.html

    Sra

  • LA- Grade 9 -

    i think that it is D.)hyperbole

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