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"Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening"

Summary: Essay discusses the poem "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost.
The poem "Stopping by the woods on a Snowy Evening" has many poetic devices. The author, Robert Frost, used alliteration. He also used rhyme. Last, he used was repetition. All of these poetic devices help you think about how he keeps his promises and how nice the woods look when it's snowing.

Alliteration in this poem means the repetition of initial constant sound. The writer uses alliteration to draw attention to certain words or ideas. An example of alliteration in this poem is the line "The woods are lovely, Dark, and Deep. The D in this line has a constant sound. There is more alliteration in this poem like the words Sound's and Sweep. Again, the S sound has a constant sound.

Rhyme means the repetition of sounds at the ends of words. Writers use rhyme for sometimes a songlike...

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