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31 August, 04:59

Which of the following narrative techniques is used in the passage?

"More bold than a man," she was Virgil's dux foemina facti, "the woman leading all the action" - the breeder and nourisher of all the county's distempers, the sower of political and religious discord.

a. vivid details

b. literal language

c. sharing people's inner thoughts

d. figurative language

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  1. 31 August, 06:12
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    D. Figurative Language

    Explanation:

    The use of the words breeder and nourisher implies that she is growing and raising the "county's distempers", when in reality she is not explicitly "breeding" or "nourishing" anything. This is a use of figurative language, which means that although there are vivid details, figurative language is the best answer.

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