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Science, that simple saint, cannot be bothered Figuring what anything is far;Enough for her devotions that things are And can be contemplated soon as gathered She knows how every living thing was fathered,

She calculates the climate of each star,

She counts the fish at sea, but cannot care

Why any one of them exists, fish, fire or featheredThe dominant rhetorical device used in the poem is

Options

A) apostrophe

B) personification

C) metonymy

D) synecdoche

E) simile.

The correct answer is B.


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