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The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner. Writers use implied metaphors to a. give their poems a musical tone b. help readers see ideas in new ways c. make references to works of literature, art, and music d. talk about war and other major conflicts
Writers use implied metaphors to help readers see ideas in new ways.
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Writers use implied metaphors to help readers see ideas in new ways.
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