Language Arts

And now the boy is turning to me: “Tell me,” he asks. “What have you done with my future? What have you done with your life?”

And I tell him that I have tried. That I have tried to keep memory alive, that I have tried to fight those who would forget. Because if we forget, we are guilty, we are accomplices.

In this passage, Wiesel addresses the theme that “Memory is a tribute to the dead.”

How does Wiesel use rhetoric to address this theme?

Select all that apply.

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He uses personification to make a memory seem like a real person.
He uses a metaphor to describe memory as a kind of war.
He uses anaphora to describe his continued fight to keep memory alive.
He uses rhetorical questions asked by his imagined childhood self.

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2. He uses anaphora to describe his continued fight to keep memory alive.
He uses rhetorical questions asked by his imagined childhood self.
(I myself don't know if that is correct.)

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