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What are the examples of alliteration from the seven ages of man?

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June 15, 2015 4:23PM

My favourite is "shrunk shank". Actually it is the only real alliteration in the speech, although Shakespeare does use a lot of sibilants (the letter "s" primarily) in the sixth age: sixth, slipper'd, spectacles, side, "pipes and whistles".