Romeo and Juliet: identify this type of figurative language.

Heaven is here, Where Juliet lives metaphor
(Romeo says) She speaks. Oh, speak again, bright angel. apostrophe
(Juliet says) ) Oh, Romeo, Romeo, why do you have to be Romeo? Forget about your father and change your name. apostrophe
Love is blind personification
My sadness sits heavy in my chest personification
One of those dogs from the Montague house, can make me angry ( talking about servants and household members) metaphor
The woman who you think is as beautiful as a swan is going to look as ugly as a crow to you. simile
What else is love?……It’s a sweet lozenge that you choke on metaphor
You’ll be delighted by young women as fresh as spring flowers simile
She outshines the other women like a white dove in the middle of a flock of crows. simile
(touching the blade of his sword) This is my fiddlestick. I’ll use it to make you dance. metaphor
Oh, he’s like a snake disguised as a flower simile
Flies are healthier and more honorable and better suited for romance than Romeo. personification
Romeo’s a dishcloth compared to him. metaphor
Romeo, Romeo, Romeo! Here’s a drink. I drink to you. apostrophe
She’s dead, like a beautiful flower, killed by an unseasonable frost. simile
Death has stolen it from me! personification
The sun is too sad to show itself. personification

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