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CAESAR: She dreamt tonight she saw my statue, Which like a fountain with an hundred spouts Did run pure blood. Which type of figurative language does this passage use? simile personification irony apostrophe

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marquizthomas17

The correct answer is simile. The simile, as its name implies, highlights similarities between two things in a quick comparison. It is helpful when an author needs to explain something that the audience may not understand. They can compare to some thing that the audience does (should) understand.

Jojobean

Simile is the answer

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