Which line in this excerpt from elizabeth bishop’s ‘the fish’ uses consonance?

Which line in this excerpt from elizabeth bishop's "the fish" uses consonance? i stared and stared and victory filled up the little rented boat, from the pool of bilge

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Question: Which line in this excerpt from Elizabeth Bishop's "The Fish" uses consonance? 

I stared and stared
and victory filled up
the little rented boat,
from the pool of bilge

It would be line 1.

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FOR PLATO IT'S NOT LINE 1!

"fine rosettes of lime", "with tiny white sea-lice", and "while his gills were breathing in"

Explanation:

I took the test and got them correct

2,3,4

Explanation:

A - stared and stared

Consonance is the use of repeating similar sounds (especially consonants) in close proximity. Stared and stared follows those rules.

Explanation:

ln a work of literature, what is an antagonist?

fine rosettes of lime,

and infested

with tiny white sea-lice,

and underneath two or three

rags of green weed hung down.

While his gills were breathing in

the terrible oxygen

--the frightening gills,

Explanation:

Assonance is the repeated use of the same vowel/ vowel sounds in near proximity in a line of poetry. This literary device consist of the repetition of the diphtho ng in any un-rhymed words in poetry.

Elizabeth Bishop's poem "The Fish" also uses this device in many of her lines. The lines

"fine rosettes of lime,

and infested

with tiny white sea-lice,

and underneath two or three

rags of green weed hung down.

While his gills were breathing in

the terrible oxygen

--the frightening gills,

the use of assonance is seen the most. Though there are no rhyming words in them, they contains more of assonance.  

Assonance is seen in the use of the "i", "o",  

fine rosettes of lime,

and infested

with tiny white sea-lice,

and underneath two or three

rags of green weed hung down.

While his gills were breathing in

the terrible oxygen

--the frightening gills.

THE LITTLE RENTED BOAT

-PLATO

(i couldnt find a plato answer on here so this one is for yall ;))

the little rented boat

Explanation:

Consonance is the repetitive use of consonant sounds in a phrase or sentence.  In this phrase, Elizabeth abuses of the sound of the consonant "T" to create the intended sense of rhythm. The sound of the consonant shows up 3 times in the sentence and it is used in short words to accentuate its sound.

Third line

the little rented boat

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