Poetry Analysis (these are notes and examples of literary devices)
Alliteration: the repition of initial identical consonant sounds in successive or closely associated words or syllables.
Example: storm and stress; long, lean and lanky
Assonance: the repitition of similar vowel sounds in conjunction with dissimilar consonant in the line
Example: eerie, creaky, squeals and screeches; peel forth beyond our feeble reaches
Allusion: a reference to another work or famous figure what is assumed to be well-known enough to be recognized by the reader.
Consonance: the repitition of identical consonant sounds before and after different vowel sounds
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