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English, 22.06.2019 21:00 mmcdaniels46867

How does this poem resemble an elizabethan sonnet? it contains exactly 14 lines. it has no set rhyme pattern. it has a pattern of repeating lines. it has a set number of syllables per line.


How does this poem resemble an elizabethan sonnet? it contains exactly 14 lines. it has no set rhym

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Answer from: stephany6523

It contains exactly 14 lines.

Explanation:

This poem is written in free verse, and has no rhyme scheme, the only thing in common that it has with the Elizabethan sonnet, which has a strict structure and a rhyme scheme that goes like this:

ABAB CDCD EFEF GG.

As this poem has no rhyme scheme detectable, the only way that it resembles a Elizabethan sonnet is the fact that it has 14 lines, in this case, the format doesn´t allow you to see it but the whole:

"Like childre aling the graveled walks of the garden, Diego´s"

That is a whole line, but the format can´t keep it together.

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Answer from: crjjk01

A

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Answer from: emily9656

It contains exactly 14 lines.

Explanation:

This poem resembles an Elizabethan sonnet in that it contains exactly 14 lines. An Elizabethan sonnet (also Shakespearean sonnet or English sonnet) was a type of poem that was popular during the Elizabethan Age. The Elizabethan sonnet consists of fourteen lines written in iambic pentameter. It also has three quatrains (groups of four lines) followed by a concluding couplet.

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Answer from: vrybascos

It contains exactly 14 lines. i just took the test

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Answer from: veronica25681

It contains exactly 14 lines

Explanation:

The only resemblance that the poem above has to an Elizabethan sonnet is the fact that it has 14 lines, as well as the Elizabethan sonnets, since they are written in iambic pentameter, but the Elizabethan sonnets have strict rhyming patterns and have a set number of syllables per line, but in this case the poem does not have a certain number of syllables per line.

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Answer from: kodyclancy

The Poem:

This is for the woman with one black wing

perched over her eyes: lovely Frida, erect

among parrots, in the stern petticoats of the peasant,

who painted herself a present—

wildflowers entwining the plaster corset

her spine resides in, that flaming pillar—

this priestess in the romance of mirrors.

Each night she lay down in pain and rose

to the celluloid butterflies of her Beloved Dead,

Lenin and Marx and Stalin arrayed at the footstead.

And rose to her easel, the hundred dogs panting

like children along the graveled walks of the garden, Diego’s

love a skull in the circular window

of the thumbprint searing her immutable brow.

The Question: 1. How does this poem resemble an Elizabethan sonnet?

A) It contains exactly 14 lines. *

B) It has no set rhyme pattern. X

C) It has a pattern of repeating lines.  X

D) It has a set number of syllables per line.X

A) It Contains exactly 14 lines

Explanation:

This poem has fourteen lines, but does not have an apparent rhyme scheme nor repeating lines of regular meter. She uses metaphor, simile, and imagery in both stanzas to describe this woman and her unique artwork.

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