A short note on Assonance

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Assonance is the repetition of a vowel sound in nearby words ( without the reoccurrence of consonant sounds Which would make a rhythm). There is assonance in make and hate as the vowel "a" is only repeated and  the consonants after it ----"ke" and "te" --- are different. But love and dove are a case of rhyme as both vowel and consonant sounds repeated.

        "Then in a wailful choir the small gnats mourn
         Among the river sallows, borne aloft
          Or sinking as the light wind live or dies"
                       (Keats : "To Autumn")

In these lines , "o" and "i" are repeated.

"Till morning touching mountain----
And Jacob, waxing strong,
The Angle begged permission
To Breakfast----to return---"
       (Emily Dickinson: "A Little East of Jordan" 59)

In these lines "a" , "e" , "i" and "o" are repeated.

"Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability."
           (Bacon: "Of Studies")

Here 'i' and 'a' are repeated. Repeatition 'for' is a case of rhyme.
Assonance, like Alliteration, is used for musical effects.

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