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. Rhythms in “The Weary Blues”- A. are unvarying from line to tone. B. require a piano in order to be felt. C. reflect those of song and speech. D. are those of a traditional sonnet.
Rhythms in “The Weary Blues”- reflect the rhythms of song and speech.
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Rhythms in “The Weary Blues”- reflect the rhythms of song and speech.

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