In "To the Memory of My Beloved Master, William Shakespeare." By Ben Jonhson What are two metaphors that Jonson uses as names or titles for Shakespeare?

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  1. After you have done the reading, I am sure you will find those metaphors. Please repost and we will be happy to give you further suggestions.

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    posted by GuruBlue
  2. I Have read it i'm just not good with metaphors and not sure if i am looking for names or objects

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  3. A metaphor could be either a name or an object. It is a comparison. Shakespeare suggested that his girl friend was a summer day. That is a metaphor.

    Here is one of the metaphors ... see what you can find. There is one I think is funny.
    "Thou art a monument without a tomb,"

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