Explain alliteration in the darkling thrush

Explain alliteration in the darkling thrush

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    Some of the alliteration used in this poem is when the speaker says “crypt the cloudy canopy.” He used the ‘c’ consonant to give emphasis to the cloud covering up the dead century as if its a body. Another can be found while describing the forlorn condition of the bird when the speaker says “blast-beruffled plume.” Another example of alliteration in the poem can be okay when the speaker says “That I could think there trembled through.”

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