Aural Devices

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W H Y S T A D E U P D A X U Y D Y J E
P E Y X V P P M U N K R I W W T P N P
R D Q T H O O L A G O B Y H O I G R S
Q M F U K J F X J B M O X L E T L S I
L N O N O M A T O P O E I A G E L L P
E C B J H Q W Q K I N W G C Y S C N M
C O R A L L I T E R A T I O N I C E B
N D Y E M P G H Q U Q N S Y E B E K B
A Y D J W C A F T E U V T M Y I C R J
N V R M L V N O A U G O D B Y L N I N
O V Q K Y N B A S Y E F E J G A A G A
S C E H T D W S X E F J R J T N N D S
S R O B J L A H F R Q A U P N C O U Q
A X G G Q W X C L C Q Y S V H E S T X
Q T W B X P O E T I C P E R S O N A Y
E M L V R X N N R A L E L H I O O L D
B G M A T P I B Q P C Q Q J F S C G K
F I A O I Q S N J F U C P E X P Y X T
R A Y H F K L I T E P Y D E S K M B G

Clues

  • Narrator of the poem. (6, 7)
  • The close repetition of consonant sounds before and after different vowel sounds. (10)
  • The close repetition of consonants, usually the first letters of successive words. (12)
  • The close repetition of vowel sounds in words which follow one another, usually within words. (9)
  • The repetition of consonant sounds that make a hissing sound. (9)
  • When words echo and imitate the meaning in sound. (12)

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