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And since you know you cannot see yourself,
So well as by reflection, I, your glass
Will modestly discover to yourself… (1.2.69-71)

In the following quote, what is the implied metaphor and its significance?


The implied metaphor is a magnifying glass; Brutus is telling Cassius that he needs someone to help in to look deeper into himself and to reevaluate his values for Rome.


The implied metaphor is a mirror; Cassius is acting as the dutiful friend and telling Brutus that, though he cannot see himself, Cassius will tell him what he needs to know.


The implied metaphor is a window; Cassius is telling Brutus that his feelings are too transparent, and he needs to make them more obscure to hide his contempt for Caesar.


Choices 'A' and 'C'


All choices are applicable.

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