Read the lines from the sonnet “Death Be Not Proud.”
From rest and sleepe, which but thy pictures bee,
Much pleasure, then from thee, much more must flow, …
Which response most clearly explains how the lines use analogy to help express the main idea of the poem?A. They compare death to rest and sleep to ironically make the point that death and sleep actually have very little in common. B. They compare rest and sleep to death, indicating that it would be possible to die on any night, so people should savor life. C. They imply ironically that it is impossible to know whether death is like sleep, rest, or anything else, because the dead cannot describe it. D. They imply that death must be highly pleasurable, since it is a longer version of rest and sleep from which one wakes up.