Consonance vs assonance

The literary terms consonance and assonance are literary devices. A literary device is a tool used by speakers and writers in order to produce a certain effect by manipulating words and using them in unique and unexpected ways in poetry, prose, narrative articles, and essays concerning philosophy. Literary devices and literary techniques that are often used include synecdoche, understatement, rhyming words including internal rhyme, end rhyme and slant rhyme, parallelism, hyperbole, allusion, … [Read more...]

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