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Alliteration

Alliteration

Alliteration. The effect created when words with the same initial letter (usually consonants) are used in close proximity Examples: “To l augh and l ove and w atch w ith w onder-eyes.” “And s ails of s ilk, as s oft as milk, and s ilvern s hrouds had s he.”.

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Parallel Structure Examples

Parallel Structure Examples

Parallel Structure Examples. Example 1 – Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. “Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears!”. Example 2- Martin Luther King Jr’s I have a dream speech.

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Victorian Poetry and Realism

Victorian Poetry and Realism

Victorian Poetry and Realism. Victorian Realism. Victorian Realism. Reaction to Romanticism Depicted life as it was really lived Ordinary people facing nitty-gritty reality Novel form, e.g. Dickens

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I Love Thee

I Love Thee

I Love Thee. Words and Music: Anonymous, Jeremiah Ingalls’ Christian Harmony Words and Music public domain. 563. I love Thee, I love Thee I love Thee, my Lord I love Thee, my Savior I love Thee, my God.

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I love thee

I love thee

I love thee. I love thee. (old-fashioned) English. Je t’aime. Je t’aime. French. Main tumse prem karta hu. Main tumse prem karta hu. Hindi. Rydw i’n dy garu di. Rydw i’n dy garu di. Welsh. Ik liefheb je. Ik liefheb je. Dutch. Ti amo. Ti amo. Italian. Ich liebe dich.

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More Love To Thee

More Love To Thee

More Love To Thee. More love to Thee, O Christ, More love to Thee! Hear Thou the prayer I make On bended knee;. This is my earnest plea: More love, O Christ to Thee, More love to Thee, More love to Thee!. Once earthly joy I craved, Sought peace and rest; Now Thee alone I seek,

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More Love to Thee, O Christ (#410) More love to Thee, O Christ, more love to Thee

More Love to Thee, O Christ (#410) More love to Thee, O Christ, more love to Thee

More Love to Thee, O Christ (#410) More love to Thee, O Christ, more love to Thee Hear Thou the prayer I make on bended knee This is my earnest plea :. slide 1/6 (CCLI Lic 447284). More Love to Thee, O Christ (#410) More love, O Christ to Thee More love to Thee, More love to Thee!.

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My Jesus, I Love Thee

My Jesus, I Love Thee

My Jesus, I love thee, I know thou art mine; for thee all the follies of sin I resign. My gracious Redeemer, my Savior art thou; if ever I loved thee, my Jesus, 'tis now. . My Jesus, I Love Thee . N°321.

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My Jesus I Love Thee

My Jesus I Love Thee

My Jesus I Love Thee. 1. My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine. For Thee all the follies Of sin I resign. My gracious Redeemer, My Savior art Thou. If ever I loved Thee, My Jesus, ‘tis now!. My Jesus I Love Thee. 2. I love Thee because Thou has first loved me,

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My Jesus I love Thee

My Jesus I love Thee

My Jesus I love Thee. My Jesus I love thee I know thou art mine For Thee all the follies Of sin I resign My Gracious Redeemer My Savior art Thou If ever I loved Thee My Jesus ‘tis now. I love Thee because Thou hast first loved me And purchased my pardon On Calvary’s tree

By iman (169 views)

My Jesus, I Love Thee

My Jesus, I Love Thee

My Jesus, I Love Thee. Words by William R. Featherston Music by Adoniram J. Gordon Words and Music public domain. 552. My Jesus, I love Thee I know Thou art mine For Thee, all the follies of sin I resign. My gracious Redeemer my Savior art Thou If ever I loved Thee my Jesus, ’tis now.

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My Jesus, I Love Thee

My Jesus, I Love Thee

My Jesus, I Love Thee. Note: Thee = You in Old English. My Jesus, I love Thee I know Thou art mine, For Thee all the follies Of sin I resign;. Note: Thee, Thou = You in Old English Art = be in Old English. My gracious Redeemer, My Savior art Thou; If ever I loved Thee,

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