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English, 02.04.2019 21:35 nahimi

Her visitor, she saw as she opened the door, was seated in the armchair before the fire, dozing it would seem, with his bandaged head drooping on one side. the only light in the room was the red glow from the fire—which lit his eyes like adverse railway signals, but left his downcast face in darkness—and the scanty vestiges of the day that came in through the open door. everything was ruddy, shadowy, and indistinct to her, the more so since she had just been lighting the bar lamp, and her eyes were dazzled. but for a second it seemed to her that the man she looked at had an enormous mouth wide open—a vast and incredible mouth that swallowed the whole of the lower portion of his face. it was the sensation of a moment: the white-bound head, the monstrous goggle eyes, and this huge yawn below it. then he stirred, started up in his chair, put up his hand. she opened the door wide, so that the room was lighter, and she saw him more clearly, with the muffler held up to his face just as she had seen him hold the serviette before. the shadows, she fancied, had tricked her.

one type of used in the first two sentences of paragraph 4 is
a) personification of the fire.
b) personification of the bandage.
c) a metaphor used to describe the fire
d) a simile to describe the visitor's eyes.

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