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2. The speaker in the poem, “Mother To Son,” says the following: “Life for me ain’t been no crystal stair.” This is an example of which literary element? (1 point)

rhyme*
simile
metaphor
alliteration

i say a could sombody check and see if this is right

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    What words in there do you think rhyme with each other?

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    ohh so it wouldn't be a rhyme then is it a metaphor

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    Yes, metaphor.

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