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Pair of Rhetorical Terms in Lines 41-45

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On the Death of Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy

Kennedy, Robert Francis. "On the Death of Martin Luther King Jr." The History Place. N.p., 4 Apr. 1968. Web. 17 Aug. 2016.

Which of the following are the MOST accurate rhetorical features of lines 41-45 (“What we… one another”)?

A

Personification and imagery, which humanize King after his physical death.

B

Metaphor and hyperbole, which heighten the feel of King's social contributions.

C

Anaphora and antithesis, which contrast the ideal to the real state of affairs.

D

Sarcasm and analogy, which suggest the speaker's tempered rage about King's murder.

E

Synecdoche and elliptical construction, which suggest the disjointed thoughts of the distressed speaker.