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Emily Dickinson's "The Snake" uses consonance, repeating the "s" sound throughout the poem to mimic the sound of a snake hissing. True or False
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User: Emily Dickinson's "The Snake" uses consonance, repeating the "s" sound throughout the poem to mimic the sound of a snake hissing. True or False

Weegy: The answer is TRUE
Expert answered|cyrux|Points 12|

User: Oscar Wilde makes an unexpected association between poems and flower petals in "To My Wife." True or False

Weegy: True
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