In 'The Flight to Australia' the following line occurs:'Tier upon tier it towered,the terrible Apennines'...

In 'The Flight to Australia' the following line occurs:'Tier upon tier it towered,the terrible Apennines' The figure of speech used in this line is known as
  • A. alliteration
  • B. litotes
  • C. exaggeration
  • D. parody
  • E. metonym
Correct Answer: Option A
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Handsome
11 months ago
Alliteration Is D Correct Answer Cause It Is The Repetition Of Consonant Words
Anikof
5 years ago
Its correct cos Aliteration is d successive repeition of consonant sound
Julu
6 years ago
yes Tier upon tier,towered nd terrible allitrate bcos dere ar havin d same consonant sound 'T'
thesa
4 years ago
Alliteration"T"
Olajide Obasanjo
6 years ago
Option A is the correct answer, because an alliteration is repetition of a word or sentence that is written in rhythmic form.
Mluv
5 years ago
T alliterates
agbolizm
6 years ago
Repetition of consonant sounds (T)

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