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Probably the most important distinction between most poetry and prose is that poetry has definite meter. True or False
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User: Probably the most important distinction between most poetry and prose is that poetry has definite meter. True or False

Weegy: True
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User: The two main types of sonnets are the Petrarchan and the Italian. True or False

Weegy: False. Petrarchan and English.
patmarone|Points 3857|

User: Keats's poem is a sonnet. True or False

User: personification paradox alliteration simile

Weegy: alliteration
OxTornado007|Points 4148|

User: The line "Baa, baa, black sheep" contains an example of _____. personification paradox alliteration simile

Weegy: alliteration
OxTornado007|Points 4148|

User: Poetry that is not artistic in form or meaning is didactic. True or False

Weegy: B False
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: If a poet writes that the sky frowns, he is using _____. personification apostrophe alliteration onomatopoeia

Weegy: apostrophe
rio8408|Points 400|

User: In poetry two successive lines of verse that rhyme is?

User: an unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable is

Weegy: a spondee is a metrical foot consisting of two long syllables, as determined by syllable weight in classical meters,a. two accented syllables
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: an unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable is a

Weegy: consisting of two long syllables
turk230|Points 30|

User: in poetry words imitating sound is called

Weegy: in poetry words imitating sound is called : onomatopoeia
Expert answered|pathwise|Points 1245|

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Something that stands for something else in addition to its own identity is: a. an image, b. a sound effect, c. a caesura, d. a symbol
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Something that stands for something else in addition to its own identity is a symbol.
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