In the poem "She Walks in Beauty," identify some poetry devices, such as alliteration, hyperbole,...
The speaker uses a simile in the first stanza of the poem. He writes:
She walks in beauty, like the night
This simile begins a comparison of a woman's beauty and a starry night. It evokes both calm and awe.
The dark-light imagery continues in the second stanza in lines 7 and 9-10.:
One shade the more, the one ray the less
Which raves in every raven tress/ or softly lightens o'er her face:
In addition, the speaker uses alliteration in line two, repeating the "C" or "K"...