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A poem having fourteen lines with a formal rhyme arrangement is _____. A. a couplet B. a sonnet C. a symbol D. an ode
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User: A poem having fourteen lines with a formal rhyme arrangement is _____. A. a couplet B. a sonnet C. a symbol D. an ode

Weegy: a sonnet
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User: Addressing something in a poem is using _____. A. apostrophe B. metonymy C. metaphor D. simile





Weegy: B. Metonymy
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