What are the language features in Act 2 Scene 2 in Romeo and Juliet?
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There are actually quite a few examples of figurative language in Act 2, scene 2 of the play. In the very beginning, there are obvious examples of personification when Romeo is giving his first soliloquy; one such example is:
In lines 28-29, Romeo says, "...As glorious to this night, being o'er my head / As is a winged messenger of heaven", which is clearly a simile comparing Juliet to an angel. There are also examples of alliteration throughout the scene. One example is when Romeo says, "With love's light wings did I o'er-perch these walls". In addition to these exmples, the entire scene is full of hyperbole, which is extreme exageration.
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