Aural Devices

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

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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