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ENG2B Poetry terms

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1.A lyric poem of fourteen lines
5.Five feet of two syllables per line (ten syllables total) (2 Words)
6.A sonnet with four strophes
8.Characteristic spoken language or writing that seeks the effect of speech; informal.
10.Similar sounds repeated in poetry in the middle or at the end of different lines
11.A regional or social variety of a language
12.Word(s) which appeal to one or more of the senses
13.Figure of speech comparing two unlike quantities without "like" or "as"
15.A sonnet with two strophes
18.Six lines in a poem
19.Four lines of a poem
1.Figure of speech comparing two quantities using "like" or "as"
2.Eight lines in a poem
3.Similar sounds repeated in the middle of lines of poetry (2 Words)
4.Use of identical or smiliar vowel sounds in successive or proximate words
7.Repetition of initial consonant sounds of several words in a group
8.Two lines that sum up a poem
9.A type of poetry without a fixed pattern of rhyme and meter (2 Words)
14.Arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables
16.Lines grouped together to form a division in a poem
17.Metrical foot consisting of an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable or a short syllable followed by a long syllable

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