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Sonnet 29

Sonnet 29

  

by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 29: If it Looks Like a Sonnet and Sounds Like a Sonnet, Is it a Sonnet? True or False

1. What's the rhyme scheme of Sonnet 29? -> ababcdcdefefgg
2. What's the dominant meter of Sonnet 29? -> rhyming trochaic octometer
3. How many quatrains are in this sonnet? -> 3
4. What's another term for the Shakespearean Sonnet? -> Petrarchan Sonnet
5. What are the last two lines of this sonnet called? -> octave

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