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Assonance

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Sofia Alemania

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of Assonance

Assonance: the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds in a poetic line =the repetition of a vowel sound (ah, eh, ih, oh, uh, etc.) assonance to put it simply... sneaky Can be identified with internal rhymes and end rhymes, as well as alliteration. "Besides in the sky, the little birds fly
And the hills are all cover’d with sheep." inside a line or sentence. "I was angry with my foe;
I told it not, my wrath did grow." This excerpt from "The Poison Tree" is an example of assonance. The long vowel /o/ is repeated. Even though "sky" and "fly" do not have the letter "i" in them, they still have the "i" or "eye" sound. The "World of Color" Theme Song: "The Wonderful world of Color!
(Wonderful! So beautiful)" "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" In this verse, there is a repetition of the long /o/ sound. "We are never ever ever, getting back together" In the chorus of this song, there is a repetition of the short 'e' vowel sound. Examples of Assonance in Music: "A moony tune made me swoon,
And soon I turned into a loon." The words "tune" and "swoon" are an example of assonance being identified with an internal rhyme. assonance is... some assonance is tricky And now for an interactive game... Sofia A. and Samantha K.
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