The use of one kind of sensory experience to describe another.
A figure of speech in which a part of an entity is used to refer to the whole, or the reverse-when a genus is referred to by a species. (In this case, "Shakespeare's writing" are referred to by the more general "Shakespeare.")
A concrete object that is made to represent something abstract (in this case, the fish represents youth.)
Repetition of an important word from one phrase or clause (usually the last word) at the start of the next phrase or clause.
The repetition of similar sounds, usually constants, at the beginning of words.