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Robert Browning was accused of "self-worship" for modeling Shelley's subjectivity. This embarrassed him terribly and led him to develop the _____. dramatic soliloquy dramatic dialogue sonnet dramatic monologue
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How is poetry distinguished from prose? It explores a theme. It contains figures of speech and recurring sound patterns. It explores a theme in rhymed stanzas rather than paragraphs. all of these none of these
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