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Alliteration Assonance and Onomatopoeia
Repetition in Catullus and Virgil
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Bail Catullus Chapter Diels Ennius Giuss Lucr Lucretius Merr Tennyson aether alliteration appears assonance atom auris beginning book calor case cases cited closely color colore common consecutive lines consecutive verses contains corpore correspond couplet different directly discussion effect effective elements emphatic ending entire entirely especially examples expressions fifth foot final position first five followed following form forms of repetition found fourth frequent frequently group half homoeoarcton homoeoteleuton identical ignis inane initial position instances interior rhyme last less line line-ending long longer materiai meaning modis multis necessest neque note occur omnibus omnis once order parts passage pattern phrases poem poet poet's preceded primordia reading recur recurrence reiteration repeated rhyme schemes same interior position same position same word scheme second section seems sense separated short similar sounds sine single sound sound-pattern stands striking successive syllables theme words third three times tion twice type types various verse-ending word