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The Voice

The Voice

  

by Thomas Hardy

The Voice: Form of "The Voice" True or False

1. What is the poem's rhyme scheme? -> ABCD
2. What kind of stanzas does the poem have? -> Quatrains
3. What is the poem's meter (mostly)? -> Dactylic tetrameter
4. Which poetic device does "The Voice" feature? -> Alliteration
5. What happens to the form of the poem in the last stanza? -> Absolutely nothing at all.

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