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User: Select all that apply. Which of these are characteristics of terza rima? The second and fourth line rhyme. The first and third lines rhyme. The final sound in the second line establishes the rhyme for the first and third lines in the following stanza. The final sound in the third line establishes the rhyme for the first and third lines in the following stanza.

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