Aural Devices

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

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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