Alliteration

Alliteration
Repetition of an initial consonant sound.

“Lay, lady, lay, lay across my big brass bed.”
(Bob Dylan, “Lay, Lady, Lay”)

# “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.”
(Henry David Thoreau, Walden)

“Guinness is good for you.”
(advertising slogan)

Try your own alliteration __________________________________________________

There are many figures of speech. We’re going to go through the more common ones in the next days on this blog.

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