Which story idea most likely describes an epic poem? A. A girl learns some valuable life lessons from an assortment of talking a
nimals. B. A gambler makes a bet and loses and must therefore face the consequences C. A queen loses her life and her kingdom because of a fatal flaw in her attitude D. A priestess travels to a strange, dangerous land to ask questions of a god
When a poet wishes to use figurative language he or she will use words that are double in meaning. The poet may use an exaggerated expression or something nonhuman, anthropomorphosize, use the figure of speeches like apostrophe, simile, hyperbole, metaphor, personification, oxymoron, and many others. These figurative language gives style to the author, creating a more artistic figure in writing that entices reader to actually delve into and know its true identity or interpretation.
It limits the readers knowledge of other characters.
As opposed to third person omniscient, which consists of an "all-knowing" narrator, third-person-limited point of view only allows the reader to know what the main character is doing. The main character's thoughts may be mentioned, but the reader is not privy to the other character's thoughts, or even their actions when they are not with the main character.
B. Many members of modern theater audiences believe in rational explanations for supernatural events in a play. Choice A shows that they are wary of superstitious so it is in agreement with the claim, while choice C and D have nothing to do with superstitions. Therefore, Choice B is correct.