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1.What figure of speech is this? I think it is personification

"Death stands above me, whispering low I know not what into my ear."

2.What figure of speech is this:The fog comes on little cat feet
This one I hav no idea-I thought it was personification but that's not one of the answers


  • English -

    You're right about the first one.

    Hint for # 2 --It compares two unlike things -- and doesn't use "like" or "as."

  • English -

    It would be a metaphor-is that correct?

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    Right! It's a metaphor.

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