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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: The Merchant of VeniceRead the extract below and answer the questionNot in love neither? Then let us say you are sad

Because you are not merry; and 'twere as easy

for you to laugh and leap, and say you are merry

Because you are not sad.

(Act 1 sc 1)The underlined expression illustrates

Options

A) assonance

B) synecdoche

C) alliteration

D) irony

The correct answer is C.


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