What are examples of the literary devices apostrophe conceit metonymy and pun in Act III of Romeo and Juliet?
examples of conceit in figurative devics
Figurative language utilizes literary devices as figures of speech for artistic style for comparisons/dissimilarity with concrete or abstract concepts. There are numerous figure of speech.Some of the major figures of speech are: Metaphor,simile,personification,hyperbole,metonymy,synecdoche,conceit,epic simile,oxymoron,paradox,pun etc
A conceit is basically an extended metaphor. Most metaphors found in Macbeth, when looked at more closely are conceits. Here is an example of a conceit in Act 2. "The innocent sleep, sleep that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care, the death of each day's life, sore labour's bath, balm of hurt minds, great natures second course, chief nourisher in life's feast." (II.ii.36-39) it compares the concept of 'sleep' to many dissimilar things, proving…