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Question 11 / 1 ptsAlliteration refers to______________double meaning.when a text (most often poetry, but also prose) has three or more succeeding words thatstart with the same sound. It is usually applied to consonants, either at the beginning of the word or on a stressed syllable within the word.the mood or ambience that the writer creates in his or her narrative.None of the aboveCorrect! Alliteration occurs when a text (most often poetry, but also prose) has three or more succeeding words that start with the same sound. It is usually applied to consonants, either at the beginning of the word or on a stressed syllable within the word. A classic example of alliteration is “She sells seashells, by the sea shore.”IncorrectQuestion 20 / 1 ptsNote the example or examples of simile below:“Her mouth was a fountain of delight.” The Storm, Kate Chopin“The parents looked upon Matilda in particular as nothing more than a scab. A scab is something you have to put up with until the time comes when you can pick it off and flickit away.”
Actually, try again. Remember that simile compares two or more elements of a different nature -- but watch the wording! Refer to the study of literary terms. (Literary TermsLinksto an external site.)