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Read these lines from the poem "the horses" by ted hughes, and answer the question that follows.
i climbed through the woods in the hour-before-dawn dark. evil air, a frost-making stillness,

which is "evil air, a frost-making stillness" an example of?
a. metaphor
b. simile
c. alliteration
d. onomatopoeia

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