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Poetic Sound Devices

English 9, Nogales High School
by

Elsie Dang

on 19 June 2014

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Transcript of Poetic Sound Devices

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Sensory Language
Figurative Language
The use of words or expressions to exaggerate or alter conventional meaning
Onomatopoeia
words which imitate sounds
Poetic Sound
Devices

words and phrases used by authors and poets as a way to play with language.
A
ssonance
when
vowels
repeat in the middle of words, typically with different consonants following the repeated vowel.
Con
sonance
When
con
sonants repeat in the middle or end of words.
Alliteration
When the first sounds in words repeat.
Poetic Devices
Ms. Dang
English 11
19 June 2014

Ma
mm
als na
m
ed Sa
m
are cla
mm
y.
Cur
s
e, ble
ss
me now! With fier
c
e tear
s
I prey.
Vowels
: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes, y
Examples
Consonants
: all non-vowels
Examples
Fl
ee
t f
ee
t sw
ee
p by sl
ee
ping g
ee
ks.
I f
ee
l the n
ee
d, the n
ee
d for sp
ee
d. –Tom Cruise (Top Gun)
The use of words and details by a writer or author in order to appeal to a reader's senses of sight, touch, taste, hearing, smell and emotion.
Five Senses
Examples
P
eter
P
iper
p
icked a
p
ickled
p
epper.
S
he
s
ells
s
eashells by the
s
ea
s
hore.
Examples
Imagery
I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.
You could fry an egg on the sidewalk outside with this heat.
The author's use of vivid and descriptive language to add depth to his or her work
The attribution of giving
human-like qualities to an inanimate object or
being
Simile
A direct comparison of two unlike things using “like” or “as.”
Metaphor
A direct comparison between two unlike things, stating that one is the other or does the action
of the other.
"The Walrus and the Carpenter"
Read the poem as the song plays,
and box any verses that were left
out from the original poem.
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