Review the final lines from "The Song of Wandering Aengus": "The silver apples of the moon, / The golden apples of the sun." What poetic technique does Yeats use in these final lines? A. Rhyme B. Simile C. Imagery D. Alliteration

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Review the final lines from "The Song of Wandering Aengus": "The silver apples of the moon, / The golden apples of the sun." What poetic technique does Yeats use in these final lines? A. Rhyme B. Simile C. Imagery D. Alliteration

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Well we can obviously see that this is not a simile
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What do you think the correct answer is? c:
I thought it was D alliteration
Do you know what Alliteration is? ^.^
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Alliteration is "the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words."
sorry i mean Imagery
Yes i was gonna say c is what i though and not d alliteration
An example would be A big bully beats a baby boy.
I agree c:
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