Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Line 3: “His breast was bare” combines alliteration with visual imagery to evoke feelings of sympathy in the reader.Line 9: “Beneath the palm-trees on the plain” is geographic alliteration to help identify the slave’s native land.Line 16: “They held him by the hand!–” is more alliterative body imagery, used with an exclamation point, to evoke more emotion (pathos) from the reader.Lines 23-24: “scabbard of steel /¬†Smiting his stallion’s flank.” combines alliteration with weapon imagery to show the destructive force of the military. (Although one may call repetition of -s sound as sibilance instead of alliteration)
Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Explainthis alliteration and itseffectivenessin the poem"The Slave’s Dream"."The Slave’s Dream" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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