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1. What is the name for the type of rhyme we see in the second stanza on "Greece" and "face"? -> Dumb rhyme
2. Much of the poem's lines are written in what type of meter? -> Iambic Tetrameter
3. How many stanzas are there in "To Helen"? -> 15
4. What is a comparison called that uses "like" or "as"? -> Simile
5. What is the repetition of the "w" in "weary way-worn wanderer" called? -> The W
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