The Tyger

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“Tyger! Tyger!”. Clearly outlines that significant of the word as to being the subject of the poem. This also gives the reader an idea as to what they need to focus on. With the use of all these devices, one must take their time reading this piece of literature to understand and fully grasp the meaning or the message being given or else its richness won't be seen...
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William uses the two types of alliteration in moderation, the echoing of vowels and the repetition of consonants. With the repetition he brings emphasis on rhyming every last word at the end of each line. This brings more focus on the piece of literature, thereby as a reader, I would ask the question, why write it this way? This also gives the sentences a solid meaning...
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