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"Highwayman commits robbery, the redcoats come to the inn" is an example of this.
He wants to get revenge
Why does the highwayman hurry back to the inn after hearing that Bess had died?
Comparison of two unlike objects without using "like" or "as". Ex. "His eyes were hollows of madness."
Comparison of two unlike objects using the words "like" or "as." Ex. "His hair like moldy hay." Ex. "Dumb as a dog he listened."
A type of rhyme that is not exact.
Ex. "He did not know who stood
Drenched in her own blood."
Repetition of an initial consonant sound in a line of poetry. Ex. "face grew gray" Ex. "She stood straight and still."
Hair like moldy hay; eyes were hallows of madness; dumb as a dog; white peaked face
Describe the person who betrays Bess.
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