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Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback; however, alliteration and imagery are not tools of figurative language, which is why I did not include them in this curriculum package. Alliteration is a musical device often used in poetry, and imagery is, quite simply, language that represents a sense of experience. Figurative language can be used within imagery (The pools of water were sapphire jewels.), and alliteration can be used within a figurative phrase (You took the time to tell me that twenty times already!), but imagery and alliteration are not forms of figurative language. Admittedly, I purposely left out symbolism in this package because I included materials on symbolism in my unit materials on the Elements of Fiction (which you might enjoy). Also, I purposely left out other forms of figurative language that would not be commonly taught at the secondary level, and those forms are the following: apostrophe, synecdoche, metonymy, and allegory. I am working on a separate package to include these four higher-level forms of figurative languageâ€¦look for them soon.