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In this stanza from "Chicago", which figurative language device is used most frequently? A. simile B. rhyme C. metaphor D. personfication
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User: In this stanza from "Chicago", which figurative language device is used most frequently? A. simile B. rhyme C. metaphor D. personfication

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User: A diamante's overall construction is based on A. five lines. B. parts of speech. C. similar concepts. D. number of syllables.

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A diamante poem's overall construction is based on: parts of speech - nouns on the first and last lines, adjectives on the second and fourth lines, and gerunds in the third and fifth lines.
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