What is the figure of speech in "I, your glass, / Will modestly discover to yourself / That of yourself which you yet know not of" in Julius Caesar?

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The figure of speech in this quote is a metaphor , a comparison that does not use the words "like" or "as." Cassius is comparing himself to a glass (a mirror). He is saying, in response to Brutus stating that he cannot find in himself certain virtues, that he, Cassius, will reflect back to Brutus...

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