Alliterative Title

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Any and all appellations alluding to letters that are akin to one another.

Or put simply: An Alliterative Title is when all the words in a work's title begin with the same letter. This can be done for varying reasons or effects, but more often than not, it's a catchy, easy way to remember the name of a work.

Often coincides with Alliteration and Alliterative Name or even Author Appeal. Notice a trend?

Examples of Alliterative Title include:

Music

  • Benjamin Britten's Simple Symphony. The four parts have alliterative titles too: Boisterous Bourrée, Playful Pizzicato, Sentimental Sarabande and Frolicsome Finale.