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Contents:

 

Introduction: 3

Structure in Traditional Poetry. 3

Traditional Poetry Forms: 3

Stanzas. 4

Sound Patterns: 5

Rhyme. 5

Poetry Assumptions. 6

Meaning and Poetry. 6

Concreteness and Particularity. 6

Denotation and Connotation. 7

Diction. 7

Motif. 9

Tone. 9

Setting. 10

Speaker: 10

Figurative/Connotative Devices: 10

Poetry as a Language Of Indirection. 11

Conclusion: 12

References: 13

 

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