Chaucer poetry notes - Poetry of The Canterbury Tales HBL 11\/12 A couplet is a pair of rhyming lines written in the same meter He had a son with him a

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Poetry of The Canterbury Tales HBL 11/12 A couplet is a pair of rhyming lines written in the same meter. He had a son with him, a fine young Squire, A lover and cadet, a lad of fire. Find a rhyming couplet from The Canterbury Tales and write it here: (Underline the rhyming words and indicate which lines, which tale.) Meter is the rhythmical pattern in a poem. It is determined by the number of stressed and unstressed beats in a line. The Canterbury

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