The poet uses words like adown rode which contain harsh consonants Why do you think the poet has done thisEnglish CBSE Class 9 NCERT Solutions

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The poet uses words like ‘adown’, ‘rode’ which contain harsh consonants. Why do you think the poet has done this?English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions

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The use of harsh consonants creates an unpleasant effect. In the context of Lord Ullin's men chasing his daughter and her lover, the use of harsh consonants in the words describing the situation is quite effective.                                                                                                                                

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The use of harsh consonants creates an unpleasant effect. In the context of Lord Ullin's men chasing his daughter and her lover, the use of harsh consonants in the words describing the situation is quite effective.                                                                                                                                

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