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by Langston Hughes

Democracy: Choose That Literary Device True or False

1. The line that states, "freedom is a strong seed," is an example of -> simile
2. The speaker uses what kind of point of view? -> first-person
3. Two perfectly rhymed lines paired together ("dead" and "bread") are called a -> perfect couplet
4. Imagining freedom as a "strong seed" evokes the poem's theme of -> courage
5. "Tomorrow is another day," is an example of a(n) -> society and class