Sonnets. ”A sonnet by any other name would sound as sweet…”. What is “iambic pentameter?” A.) A single file line of five people, each person with two feet. B.) A ten syllable line, consisting of five iambic feet. What is a “sonnet?” A.) a poem consisting 10 lines.
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”A sonnet by any other name would sound as sweet…”
A.) A single file line of five people, each person with two feet.
B.) A ten syllable line, consisting of five iambic feet.
What is a “sonnet?”
A.) a poem consisting 10 lines.
B.) a poem consisting of 14 lines
What are the main types of sonnets?
A.) English and Italian
B.) Shakespearean and Petrarchan
C.) Both A and B.
What is a poetic “foot?”
A.) the most important line in the poem
B.) The last line in a poem
C.) A group of two syllables.Pretest
Sprinkles the grass with gleam and glitter of showers, Powdering pearl and diamond, dripping with flowers, Dropping wet flowers, dancing the winters going; The swallow twitters, the groves of midnight are glowing With nightingale music and madness; the sweet fierce powers Of love flame up through the earth; the seed-soul towers And trembles; nature is filled to overflowing… The spring returns, but there is no returning Of spring for me. O heart with anguish burning! She that unlocked all April in a breath Returns not…And these meadows, blossoms, birds These lovely gentle girls—words, empty words As bitter as the black estates of death!