How do metaphors and extended metaphors differ? a. While a metaphor is limited in length, an extended metaphor is developed over the course of a poem. b. While a metaphor describes the way someone thinks or feels, an extended metaphor compares multiple unlike things. c. While a metaphor conveys a set of ideas, an extended metaphor conveys a single idea across the poem. d. While a metaphor makes a comparison, an extended metaphor shows the attitude of a text toward its subject.
Posted in English I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option A. They differ in such a way that while a metaphor is limited in length, an extended metaphor is developed over the course of a poem. A metaphor is a figure of speech in which two dissimilar things are used to make a comparison,