a metaphor that continues over several lines or throughout an antire poem is called (multiple choice plz help)
a. an extanded metaphor
b. a mixed metaphor
c. an implied metaphor
d. a direct metaphor
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- CopperLv 51 decade ago
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a metaphor that is extended through a stanza or entire poem, often by multiple comparisons of unlike objects or ideas
the use in the same expression of two or more metaphors that are incongruous or illogical when combined, as in “The president will put the ship of state on its feet.”
a less direct metaphor, as in "John swelled and ruffled his plumage" instead of "John was a peacock."
- BethanyLv 71 decade ago
a) An extended metaphor.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
a. extended metaphorSource(s): 12 ap english
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- four feet sixLv 51 decade ago
a. an extended metaphor