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What style of poetry did Shakespeare frequently use in his plays and sonnets?
In the first lines of the following poem, what type of figurative language does Death represent? "Because I could not stop for Death he kindly stopped for me. The carriage held but just ourselves, and Immortality."
Death is used in the poem in the form of personification, being treated as an actual person who can both speak to the author and is with her physically.
‘I have just been speaking to him.’ In this sentence just is used A to describe an unfinished action. B to highlight when the action was done. C to show a repeated action.
B. to highlight when the action was done. You can tell this based on the location of "just" in the sentence
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