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WhatThe poetic foot and the length of the line make up?
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Asked in Academic Writing, Poetry
How many lines are in one stanza?
The length of a stanza varies by poetic form and author inclination. Although there are many poetic forms that dictate a stanza of a certain length, stanzas in general are not limited by anything except what the author wants to do. Despite the fact that there is no set length for a stanza, there are words for stanzas of certain lengths. For instance, two-line stanzas are couplets, three-line stanzas are called tercets, and four-line stanzas are called quatrains.
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Asked in Massage Therapy
What part of the body is the same length as the foot?
Asked in Track and Field
How should you set your blocks in track and field?
You should set them so you feel comfortable, so you will be able to burst out of them quickly and efficiently. My sisters and I set ours like this (we are left-footed): put the front of the blocks 1 foot length from the start line. put your left-foot block 2 foot lengths from the start line. put your right-foot block 3 foot lengths from the start line.
Asked in William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare was both a gifted playwright and an expert on the 14-line poetic form called?
Asked in Poetry
Which poetic device does the speaker use in the line Since Bacchus Satan and the Hangman?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
Can The length of a line segment can't be measured?
Asked in Poetry
What type of poetic device is displayed in the final line Save though your rose in it though art your all?
Asked in Units of Measure, Architecture
What is the length of the line to the nearest centimeter?
Asked in Basketball Rules and Regulations
Are you allowed to have your foot on the line when you are shooting a free throw?