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ALLITERATION: A literary device which creates interest by the recurrence of initial consonant sounds of different words within the same sentence, e.g.: the "s" and "h" sounds in: “ A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid” (Matt. Shakespeare uses alliteration liberally, e.g.: "malicious mockery" (HAMLET, 1.2); "Through bog, through bush, through brake, through brief" (MND, 3.1) The repetition calls attention to the phrase and fixes it in the reader's mind, and so is useful for emphasis as well as art....