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"Poor soul, his eyes are red as fire from weeping" (3.3.17)

Which of the following literary devices and their meaning are evident in the quote?


Metaphor; the plebeian speaking is making a direct comparison of Antony to a soul.


Simile; the plebeian is comparing Antony's eyes to fire because they look as though they are watering as smoke and flame would make one's eyes do.


Archetype; The use of the color red implies the meaning of fury and extreme anger. These are definite emotions Antony is currently feeling do to the untimely murder of Caesar.


Choices 'B' and 'C' only


All choices are applicable.

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