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From Macbeth: "False face must hide what false heart doth know." Is this a metaphor, and if so how? Is it also assonance? Thanks! God Bless
There is alliteration between 'false' and 'face'; there is assonance between 'doth' and 'must ' (/ʌ/) - although whether there was when Shakespeare was writing, I don't know.