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The musicality created by the rhyme scheme, the repetition, and words such as “tintinnabulation” are all examples of _____.

A)alliteration
B)onomatopoeia
C)extended metaphor
D)mood

2 Answer

  • Answer:

    A)alliteration

    Explanation:

    Alliteration is a figure of speech related to phonetic / phonological aspects of the word, which consists of repeating identical or similar consonant sounds in words of a phrase or verses of a poetry to create musicality.  It is used as a style feature in poetry that makes it possible in certain ancient poetry to reconstruct a pronunciation that disappeared in the transcription.

  • The musicality created by the rhyme scheme, the repetition, and words such as “tintinnabulation” are all examples of alliteration.

    What is Alliteration?

    This refers to the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the start of a word or words that are close together.

    Hence, we can note that based on the occurrence of these sounds, one can note that they can create rhyme schemes, with the aim of repetition and this is all possible through the use of alliteration.

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