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Upon a Fit of Sickness , Anne Bradstreet

The central piece of figurative language that drives the meaning in lines 17-24 is

A

a simile that compares the quickness of a word come and gone with life’s short measure.

B

apostrophe addressing the Creator.

C

a metaphor that compares a bubble’s transience with the brevity of life.

D

hyperbole creating the illusion that life is shorter than it really is.

E

it's strict ABAB rhyme scheme.

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