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Mozarmi 1 Sean Mozarmi Ms. Zwick AP English Literature 28 February 2011 Heath Guide Questions 1. By line 10, a clear rhyme scheme has developed. 2. Yes, at the last line, line 20, Frost uses a near rhyme instead of an exact rhyme, with “difference” and “hence.” 3. The rhymes are masculine. 4. Yes, such as “both” and “undergrowth” in stanza one, and “hence” and “difference” in the last
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Unformatted text preview: stanza. 5. If the poem were written in rhymed couplets, it would not be as suitable to the poem’s theme. The poem explores development and personal choices, and the odd rhyme scheme reflects the poet’s difficult time in deciding which path to follow....
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course HISTORY US History taught by Professor Bevington during the Spring '09 term at Franklin Pierce.

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