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Unformatted text preview: In some cases when the truth is too hard to hear you should respect the other person and not tell them the whole truth if it is too hurtful. If you believe that they can hear it, you should be compassionate to their feelings and know how to give them the facts without hurting them. You should be caring, sensitive, and cautious when telling someone the stark truth. Dickenson uses alliteration of the constant sound T to advise people to tell the truth, yet at the same time she uses the soft S sound to advise you how to tell the truth in the most effective manner....
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- Spring '08