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A centuries-old poetic form with a strict structure is a… A. lyric poem. B. ballad. C. sonnet. D. catalog poem.
A centuries-old poetic form with a strict structure is a: C. SONNET.
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A short poem that expresses a speaker’s thoughts or feelings is a… A. lyric poem. B. ballad. C. novella. D. sonnet.
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The final two lines of the Shakespearean sonnet is called… A. an octave. B. a sestet. C. a couplet. D. an iamb.
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The final two lines of the Shakespearean sonnet is called: A COUPLET.

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The final two lines of Shakespearean sonnet is called an iamb.
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An unstressed syllable follow by an stressed syllable is known as… A. lyric poetry. B. an iamb. C. narrative poetry. D. a couplet.
Weegy: An unstressed syllable follow by an stressed syllable is known as AN IAMB. User: In an Italian sonnet, the first eight lines of the sonnet… A. present a problem. B. solve a problem. C. alternate between iambic pentameter and iambic tetrameter. D. summarize the ending. Weegy: In an Italian sonnet, the first eight lines of the sonnet - alternate between iambic pentameter and iambic tetrameter. User: Each of the three four-line stanzas in a Shakespearean sonnet… A. creates a sense of foreboding. B. presents an idea. C. present a serious problem. D. alternate between iambic pentameter and iambic tetrameter Weegy: Each of the three four-line stanzas in a Shakespearean sonnet - presents an idea. User: The final two lines of the Shakespearean sonnet is called… A. an octave. B. a sestet. C. a couplet. D. an iamb. (More)
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The final two lines of the Shakespearean sonnet is called a couplet.
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