Aural Devices

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

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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