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Which of these poets invented free verse? Shakespeare Elizabeth Barrett Browning Walt Whitman
Walt Whitman is often celebrated as the first free verse poet in English. However, free verse in English has a longer history and possibly an even longer past. [ Kirby-Smith goes at length to show examples of free verse predating Whitman, going back as far as Abraham Cowley (circa 1665) and including many other poets who lived and died long before Leaves of Grass. ]
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User: what is the difference between free verse and blank verse?

User: The three characteristics of a sonnet are: _____.

User: Which of these poets invented free verse? Shakespeare Elizabeth Barrett Browning Walt Whitman

Weegy: Walt Whitman is often celebrated as the first free verse poet in English. However, free verse in English has a longer history and possibly an even longer past. [ Kirby-Smith goes at length to show examples of free verse predating Whitman, going back as far as Abraham Cowley (circa 1665) and including many other poets who lived and died long before Leaves of Grass. ]
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User: The word bubble is scanned as _____. an iamb a dactyl an anapest a trochee

Weegy: a trochee
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User: Score: What happened to Annabel Lee? She froze to death. She died of a heart condition. Her death was a mystery.

Weegy: C.her death was a mystery
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User: A spondee is a foot composed of _____. two accented syllables two unaccented syllables an unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable an accented syllable followed by an unaccented syllable

Weegy: an accented syllable followed by an unaccented syllable
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User: A line ending in a stressed syllable is said to have _____. a feminine ending a masculine ending a metrical set a rhyme scheme

Weegy: A line ending in a stressed syllable is said to have masculine ending.
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User: To which of the following does Oscar Wilde compare his poems? gardens love flower petals

Weegy: love
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User: Poems are different from other works in terms of their _____. form rhyming form and content

Weegy: form and content
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User: Score: A simile can become a cliché _____. when a fresh image is created when it is overused When it does not use "like" or "as" when too many of them are used in a poem

Weegy: A simile can become a cliche when it is overused.
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User: Read through "Birches" again to identify any three metaphors Frost uses. Change the metaphors that you found into similes.

User: Connotation is: _____. Select all thart apply. the associations that go with a word the dictionary definition of a word objective subjective

Weegy: Connotation is the associations that go with a word, and subjective.
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User: What do birches symbolize in this poem? loss love carefree youth none of these

Weegy: What poem please?
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User: What do birches symbolize in this poem? loss love carefree youth none of these

Weegy: What poem please?
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User: What do birches symbolize in the poem Birches by robert frost loss love carefree youth none of these

Weegy: youth.
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User: A major characteristic of poetry is the compression of images into the fewest number of words. True False

Weegy: The answer is true.
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User: A ballad is a form of _____. lyric poetry narrative poetry sonnet free verse

Weegy: A ballad is a form of B. poetry

The ballad is a traditional form of poetry that conveys romantic or even lurid stories. Ballads are narrative poems with roots in the thirteenth century. They are still are being written today, especially in the form of popular songs.



User: Score: "Fresh as a daisy" is an example of a cliché. True False

Weegy: yes, it is overly used
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User: Oscar Wilde's "To My Wife" makes an unexpected association between poems and raindrops. True False

Weegy: False is the answer.
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User: Poems are often ambiguous because _____. they have both literal and figurative meaning poets are deliberately complex in their writing they are ironic they are meant to be read aloud

Weegy: they are ironic they are meant to be read aloud
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User: A line length of four feet per line is termed _____. pentameter tetrameter hexameter heptameter

Weegy: A line length of four feet per line is termed b. tetrameter
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User: Write three paragraphs with a total of at least 200 words. Discuss the uses and differing characteristics of the narrative and lyric forms. Visit the library and locate an example of each type of poem. Compare the two in your writing

Weegy: Natural law or the law of nature is a theory that posits the existence of a law whose content is set by nature and that therefore has validity everywhere. Civil law is a legal system inspired by Roman law, [ [ the primary feature of which is that laws are written into a collection, codified, and not (as in common law) determined by judges ] ]
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