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What is the relationship between iambic pentameter and blank verse? a. Iambic pentameter is a form of blank verse. b. Blank verse is a form of verse that uses iambic pentameter. c. Both blank
verse and iambic pentameter are types of prose. d. Blank verse is a type of verse, while iambic pentameter is a type of prose.
Iambic pentameter is a form of blank verse. Blank verse is a form of verse that uses iambic pentameter. Both blank verse and iambic pentameter are types of prose. Blank verse is a type of verse, [ while iambic pentameter is a type of prose. Open the link for more details: ]
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