Figurative Language In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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William Shakespeare was the master of figurative language, his use of words in his works were so skillful. He wrote literature with so much fluidity and thought but people of all ages are able to read his work. Just by using the right combination of words, Shakespeare's numerous plays and works were so humorous, plaintive, compelling at the same time. Shakespeare's use of metaphors are easily found in his most famous work, Romeo & Juliet. During the prominent balcony scene, Romeo begins to compliment Juliet in the most memorable way possible and says:
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