What are the Poetic Devices of the Poem The Glove and the Lions?

What are the Poetic Devices of the Poem The Glove and the Lions?

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    1. Alliteration: It is the repetition of the same sound at the start of a series of words in succession whose purpose is to provide an audible pulse that gives a piece of writing a lulling, lyrical, and/or emotive effect. For example, “Ramped and roared the lions,”
    2. Personification: A figure of speech in which the poet describes an abstraction, a thing, or a nonhuman form as if it were a person. For example, “with horrid laughing jaws;”

     

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