Why do line breaks represent a difference between poetry and prose?
Prose usually does not use line breaks for literary effect.
A. Dickinson's poetry addresses many topics at once, whereas Whitman's poetry focuses on a single topic. B. Dickinson's poetry has a strict structure, whereas Whitman's poetry rejects structure. C. Dickinson's poetry is rambling, whereas Whitman's poetry is succinct. D. Dickinson's poetry is frivolous, whereas Whitman's poetry is serious.
The primary difference between poetry and other forms of literature is that poetry is just very boring and pointless literature but others can be more entertaining. ____ Absolutely disagree. I think that the primary difference is that poetry is concise. Instead of telling the entire story in lurid detail, poetry captures one moment... one emotion, and transports you there through very specific, exact word choice and sound and line breaks. It's more of an art…