8. One difference between the English sonnet and the Italian sonnet is its A. meter. B. subject matter. C. rhyme scheme. D. theme.
One difference between the English sonnet and the Italian sonnet is its rhyme scheme.
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Weegy: C. Gerard Manley Hopkins seems be using iambic pentameter, bends the meter most. ............. User: 6. Hopkins's use of "seared," "bleared," and "smeared" is an example of A. alliteration. B. metaphor. C. assonance. D. simile. Weegy: A. assonance. User: 7. In "Death, Be Not Proud," the speaker is addressing his words to A. his father. B. God. C. an old man. D. Death. Weegy: The answer is B. God User: 8. One difference between the English sonnet and the Italian sonnet is its A. meter. B. subject matter. C. rhyme scheme. D. theme. (More)
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8. Values of a Romantic poet include A. order and authority. B. law and tradition. C. nature and individualism. D. community and civilization. User: 9. Which one of the following sentences is an example of a metaphor? A. I'm as hungry as a wolf. B. She eats like a bird. C. The breeze blew the branches back and forth. D. I am a rock.
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