Figurative Language Poem 9

Operating Room by John Reed

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Figurative Language Poem 9
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Which is an example of SIMILE?
Orderlies with cropped heads swagger like murderers;
Sunlight floods the shiny many-windowed place
Beyond the porcelain door, screaming mounts crescendo
Where kneeling men grunt as they swab the floor.
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Which technique best describes the following lines from this poem?

"Where kneeling men grunt as they swab the floor. "
Imagery
Personification
Hyperbole
Simile
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Case 4001 has likely come to what realization?
He is now paralyzed.
A man and a woman have lost their baby.
He is going to die soon.
A loved one has recently died.
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Which best describes the TONE of this poem?
Grim and orderly
Bright and hopeful
Fun and silly
Calm and tranquil
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Which best describes the MOOD of this poem?
Uplifting
Horrifying
Silly
Relaxing
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What does this line "Lounge gossiping of guts, and wish it were lunch-time" reveal about the surgeons? Explain your answer.
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