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letters of the alphabet are used to indicate _____. the rhyme scheme of a sonnet the rhythm of a sonnet neither of the above answers both the rhyme scheme and rhythm of a sonnet
(D)both the rhyme scheme and rhythm of a sonnet
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User: letters of the alphabet are used to indicate _____. the rhyme scheme of a sonnet the rhythm of a sonnet neither of the above answers both the rhyme scheme and rhythm of a sonnet

Weegy: (D)both the rhyme scheme and rhythm of a sonnet
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User: Hamlet's tragic flaw is _____. his undying love for his father his mother's hasty remarriage his inability to make and act on decisions his uncle's hatred of him

Weegy: D)his uncle's hatred of him
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User: The purpose of a tragedy is to evoke and then relieve or cleanse the audience's emotions.

Weegy: The answer is True.
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User: Which of the following is not a characteristic of Romantic poetry? Emphasis on the purity of Nature Focus on the supernatural Celebration of rationalism Celebration of individuality Reliance on personal experience Simplicity

Weegy: Focus on the supernatural is not a characteristic of Romantic poetry.
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