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27 November, 19:54

In the lliad, the poet homer uses the phrase "the wine-dark sea" this is an example of an author using? A. personification B. hyperbole C. a symbol D. a metaphor

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  1. 27 November, 19:54
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    D. A metaphor. Because he described the sea "wine-dark" ...
  2. 28 November, 18:23
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    D. a metaphor. For a clear elaboration, when Homer used the phrase, "the wine-dark sea" a metaphor is comparing/describing 2 things without using the words 'like' or 'as'. So in this case, Homer is comparing the sea to the color of a dark hue color, which is wine-red.
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