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Poetry is artfully compressed thought resulting in the elevated expression of ideas (word for word)

Poetry

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Words that Appel to one or more of the five sense

Concrete Language

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The meaning of a word plus all of its implications and emotional associations

Connotative Language

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A regular pace or beat

Rhythm

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Divisions in poetry based on thought, meter, or rhyme and recognized by the number of lines they contain

Stanza

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A brief poem expressing the personal views of a single speaker on a particular topic.

Lyric Poem

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A composition written in meter

Verse

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Verse having end rhyme and regular meter

Rhymed Verse

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The pattern of rhyme and regular meter

Rhyme Scheme

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Poetry who's first eight lines form a distinct unit of thought and whose last six lines form another

Italian Sonnet

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Unrhymed iambic pentameter

Blank Verse

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Poetry with no set meter or rhyme

Free Verse

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A pair of rhymed lines

Couplet

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A pair of rhyming lines written in iambic pentameter

Heroic Couplet

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Poetry whose thought is usually distributed over three quatrains with a concluding couplet, the whole rhyming abab cdcd efef go

English Sonnet

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A stanza or poem of four lines

Quatrain

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A stanza of three lines that usually share the same rhyme

Triplet

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A stanza of six lines

Sestet

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A stanza of eight lines

Octave

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Poetry differs from prose in the following:

It uses the marks and modes of literature with greater intensity
It more often uses languages for both its meaning and beauty
It values imagination and emotion more

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Imagery may appear in poems in the following forms:

Concrete language
Allusions
Imaginative comparison

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The sounds of a poem can do all of the following:

They can add to a poem's aesthetic appeal
They can enhance a poem's mood
They can ass emphasis to parts of a poem

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The most basic structural division of poetry is the

Line

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It is sometimes helpful to consider what

To consider which word a poet did not use at a certain point

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Many literary critics do not consider rhyme to be the defining characteristics of poetry. (True or False)

False. There are other defining characteristics as well

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The genre of Snow-Bound is

Narrative poetry

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The main image of the indoor setting is the

Fire. It creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere

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Whittier's tone toward nature is

Neutral. There is a danger but also a beauty.