alliteration

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Synonyms for alliteration

use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed syllable in a line of verse

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2 (2002): 470-84; Hanna, "Contextualizing The Siege of Jerusalem," 109-21; Chism, "Profiting from Precursors in The Siege of Jerusalem, Alliterative Revivals, 155-88.
39) Narin van Court, "The Siege of Jerusalem and Recuperative Readings," 162; Chism, Alliterative Revivals, 182-3.
Graesse (Dresden, 1846), 301; for a discussion of the Siege-poet s alterations of the Legenda's account, see Millar, The Siege of Jerusalem in its Physical, Literary, and Historical Contexts, 72; Chism, Alliterative Revivals, 183-84.
But the publishers insist that the book's centre is the fourteenth-century Alliterative Revival in England: seven essays deal, in whole or in part, with each of the poems of Cotton Nero A.
Recent readings of the poem that see the text as condemning Arthur's martial and imperial actions include Christine Chism, Alliterative Revivals (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002), pp.