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Similes in Hamlet?

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There are many similes in Hamlet. 'Pale as his shirt' is used in Act II, by Ophelia. 'Like an angel' is used in Act II, as well. A simile is a figure of speech used to compare one thing to an, 'The crystal was as clear as glass'.
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