Children on their way to school barely notice it as it squats on the river like a humped bull swishing its tail occasionally at the swarms of barefoot tourists. They have been gone now, the emperor and his favourite queen, for some three-hundred-odd years. But this marble flame, Earth’s other moon, how it rubs expensive delicate salt in the wound of un requited love! i) What literary devices has the author used in the poem?

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2015-03-27T11:52:09+05:30

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1.Alliteration
2.Simile(On the river like a humped bull)
3.Personification(But the marble flame)
4.Metaphor(Earth's other moon)

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2015-03-27T13:00:47+05:30

a)Simile(On the river like a humped bull)
b)Personification( Taj has been thought of being a living thing)
c)Alliteration
d)Metaphor(Earth's other moon)

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