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Which figure of speech does Paz use most frequently in "Two Bodies"?
a. metaphor *** b. simile c. hyperbole d. paradox

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  1. That is what a "google" search came up with : )

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    posted by Ms Pi_3.14159265358979
  2. Maybe Ms. Pi's intended answer was in here somewhere:

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