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Poems typically _____ than prose. a)pay more attention to sound effects b)are more emotional and complex c)make more unexpected associations d)rely more on irony and ambiguity e)all of these
Poems typically are more emotional and complex than prose.
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User: A sonnet contains fourteen lines. true or false

User: Poems typically _____ than prose. a)pay more attention to sound effects b)are more emotional and complex c)make more unexpected associations d)rely more on irony and ambiguity e)all of these

Weegy: Poems typically are more emotional and complex than prose.
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User: Rhyme is necessary to a sonnet. true flase

Weegy: True. A sonnet is usually described by its rhyme scheme, but there are indeed sonnets that do not rhyme, but have the stanza structure and thematic integrity and rhythm.
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