Aural Devices

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

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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