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User: Blank verse is unrhymed iambic pentameter. True False

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

Weegy: In a Petrarchan sonnet the couplet does not present a conclusion?
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User: The two main types of sonnets are the Petrarchan and the Italian? True False?

Weegy: In a Petrarchan sonnet the couplet does not present a conclusion?
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User: Free verse is poetry that has no rhythm? True False

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