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Tone, Assonance, and Onomatopoeia. examples and definitions.
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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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