Life of Pi

what are examples of alliteration in the book Life of Pi

alliteration the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of a word group

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One example of alliteration in the "Life of Pi" is......

"That a big, black, tropical cat managed to survive for more than two months in a Swiss winter without being seen by anyone, let alone attacking anyone, speaks plainly to the fact that escaped zoo animals are not dangerous absconding criminals but simply wild creatures seeking to fit in."

(Page 46)


"Cunningly creeping, a spectral stalker..."


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