The Raven


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Tone, Assonance, and Onomatopoeia. examples and definitions.

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  • Tone
  • Assonance
  • Onomatopoeia
  • tap tap tap
  • Tone is the way the author makes the reader feel. In The Raven, the tone is depressing. In this scene, the narrator is sitting mourning the loss of his wife.
  • Assonance is repeating vowel sounds. Also known as rhyming. In The Raven, assonance is used to entice the reader.In this scene, the narrator is trying to borrow a book to drown out his sorrow
  • Onomatopoeia is words that describe a sound. In The Raven, onomatopoeia is used to describe the sounds the narrator is hearing. In this scene, the narrator is napping when there comes a tapping
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