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31 January, 16:29

What is Onomatopoeia in the seven ages of man?

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  1. 31 January, 16:36
    I'm not sure whether you were supposed to give us an excerpt or something. Anyways, onomatopoeia is a rhetorical figure of speech where an author is mimicking the sounds he can hear in nature, or all around him. So, animal sounds such as woof, meow, hiss, etc., or sounds such as honk, swoosh, gurgle, etc. would all be examples of onomatopoeic sounds heard in nature. So, take this definition and read the Seven Ages of Men, and hopefully you will find your answers!
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