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The Sun Rising - John Donne

What do the phrases “princes do but play us,” “all honor’s mimic,” and “all wealth alchemy” (lines 23 and 24) have in common?

A

The all use antiquated, unusual syntax.

B

They all rely on an implied verb.

C

They all follow a subject, verb, direct-object word pattern.

D

They all equate his lover with things society values.

E

They all downplay the significance of something that is usually highly valued.

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