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Definition of alliteration


Alliteration: An alliteration is a repetition of sounds (consonants) at the beginning of neighbouring words or of stressed syllables within such words, e.g. “fingers the small size of small spades.” Purpose: rhythm and stress.Let us go forth to lead the land we love. J. F. Kennedy, Inaugural Viri validis cum viribus luctant. Ennius Veni, vidi, vici. Julius Caesar



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