Cacophony

Definition:

A cacophony is the use of unsettling sounds in words to set a harsh tone, this can also cause a rhythmic disconnect.

Examples:

1) "Double, double toil and trouble" from Macbeth. This specific quote has an off tone to it.

2) Lewis Caroll's poem "Jabberwocky" from Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There. It uses random words to provide a rhythmic disconnect form the rest of the poem.

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