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  1. selvi_uniq@hotmail.com
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    Fifure of Speech

    What is the figure of speech used in this following
    Not that i loved ceaser less. that I loved Rome more

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    Re: Fifure of Speech

    Antithesis: a use of contrasting words or images in a parallel structure.

    EX:"Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more." William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

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