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Examples of Assonance
...An wondering what the bravest of warriors could do. And sometimes they sacrificed to the old stone gods, made heathen vows, hopping for Hell's support...

...and again twisted gold, heaped-up treasure, will reward you for the battle you win!

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    What is your question?

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    where are the examples of Assonance

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    stone gods, made heathen vows, hoping for

    http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/virtualit/poetry/assonance_def.html

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    thank you

    what about this one:
    ...and again twisted gold, heaped-up treasure, will reward you for the battle you win!

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    What makes you think that's an example of assonance?

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    Because my teacher said that there was one in all the examples

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    Which similar consonant sounds to you see in that example?

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