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Which figure of speech os exemplified by lines 149-151 of the excerpt from The Odyssey, Part III?

The slid his right hand down the cord and plucked it, / so the taut gut vibrating hummed and sang a swallow's note.

A. Simile
B. Metaphor
C. Personification *

I think it is C - but for some reason B sounds correct also...can someone please help me - thanks in advance...

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asked by Cassie
  1. C is correct.

  2. Thank you very much

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    posted by Cassie
  3. Yup..C

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    posted by CTree
  4. The answer is C

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  5. 1C 2C 3B 100% Correct

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    posted by Zolita
  6. Zolita is correct. Thank you.

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    posted by Ted
  7. Zolita was right!!

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  8. ZOLITA IS 100% CORRECT USE THESE ANSWERS THANK YOU

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  9. zolita is 100% correct yall you heard it here first

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    posted by uwu
  10. ty Zolita <3

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