we Figure of Speech Questions and Answers ~ Naija Poets

Figures of speech can never be ignored in a very well crafted literature. No matter the case, these are mostly found in both written and oral literature:-
(1) SIMILE; a direct comparison between two things of different nature or class but with similarity in attribute. The comparison is made by using "as" or "like".
(2) PERSONIFICATION; is the representation of an object or ideal with a human quality.
(3) METAPHOR; an indirect comparison between two things having no common ground for comparison.
(4) ALLITERATION; a repetitive use of the same consonant sound at the beginning of two or more words on the same line.
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