Please point out the language devices used in the Lord Byron poem "She Walks in Beauty."
She walks in beauty, like the night
of cloudless climes and starry skies.
This simile characterizes the subject of the poem by comparing her to a beautiful, cloudless, starry night. These two lines also use the poetic sound device of alliteration with the repetitive “cl” sound in “cloudless climes” and the “s” sound in "starry skies."
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