The rhyme scheme of a poem enhances all of the following except a. the mood b. the setting c. the reader's interpretive understanding d. the reader's ability to remember lines
b the setting is your answer
2. the reader's interpretive
aba bcb cdc / the reader's interpretive
The lines end in "-eat" (a) "-ed" (b) "-eet" (A)
Then change to: "-ay" (b) "-ky" (c) "-ay" (B)
And ends in: "by" (c) "year" (d) "try" (c)
That's the poetic structure. The rhyme scheme of a poem enhances the mood and the setting but the reader's interpretive doesen't depend on the rhyme scheme but in it's own knowledge and interpretation of the text.
One and two are both B.
Read the following lines from "The Divine Comedy." And as I faced it, it would not retreat, but paced before me and so blocked my way that more than once i had to turn my feet to retrace my steps. It was the break of day, the sun Which of the following rhyme schemes has the writer used to create poetic structure?
aba bcb cdc
The rhyme scheme of a poem enhances all of the following except..
Read the following lines from "The Divine Comedy".. Midway through the journey of our... In these lines, the "dark wood" most likely represents
the various sins of men
Which of the following words best describes the she-wolf as portrayed in "The Divine Comedy?"
In "the Divine Comedy," which of the following words best describes the speaker's attitude toward Virgil?