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The way Cowley uses the phrase "my own country" is an example of A. consonance. B. personification. C. repetition. D. simile.
C) repetition
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User: The way Cowley uses the phrase "my own country" is an example of A. consonance. B. personification. C. repetition. D. simile.





Weegy: C) repetition
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 290|

User: Which one of the following phrases is an example of consonance? A. River birch and upland beech B. Drink to me only with thine eyes C. Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines D. From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures be

Weegy: Only 'a' is consonant as both the meter and pronunciation of the two phrases 'river birch' and 'upland beech' are similar.
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