Explain the use of assonance in On His Blindness.
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Assonance is the resemblance of sound between syllables of nearby words, arising particularly from the rhyming of two or more stressed vowels. e.g. “consider how my light”, “half my days in this dark”, “that one talent which is death”, “Lodg’d with me useless, though my soul more bent”, “therewith my Maker, and present” etc.
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