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Name: Date: School: Facilitator: 1.02 Anglo-Saxon Riddles Directions: Provide an example of each poetic device (alliteration, caesura, and kenning) found in one of the riddles from the website. Riddle # 25 1. Alliteration: Soon he will find, he who struggles against me, and with violence contends with mine,that he on his back shall seek the earth, if he previously desists not from folly,
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