quarta-feira, 23 de março de 2011

Beowulf's alliteration

Hi, guys, I'm Diogo

Since we're supposed to find alliteration in Beowulf's text, i'm gonna start with a Longman"s online dictionary definition of it.
According to it alliteration is "the use of several words together that begin with the same sound or letter in order to make a special effect, especially in poetry". It's not that complicated, in fact, it's not at all. But, i confess for me it's not that clear...Help me if you guys find different things.

"to feast his fill of the flesh of men"
"the house so fair, it was firmly fastened"
"within and without with iron"
"to win his freedom and flee to the fiend"


Longman's dictionary

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