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"I always lie" is an example of which of these literary devices?



A)paradigm
B)paradox
C)metaphor
D)personification
E)none of these

  • English IV -

    I think it's hyperbole because of "always" -- so E.

    Do you have a whole sentence or paragraph or stanza in which it's used? It's better to consider these things in context, not in isolation.

  • English IV -

    none of these

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