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what is assonance in poetry?

what is assonance in poetry?

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what is assonance in poetry?

what is assonance in poetry?

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Assonance is the repetition of vowel sounds in words, unlike alliteration, which is repetition of consonant sounds.
An example would Eve reads what she sees.
Notice the long e sound is repeated.
Other examples Ike spies ice.
Never ever let Ellen go.
Etc.

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