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Matthew Arnold - Dover Beach

   
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a sonnet!). And, as the second + the third stanza happen to be a sextet and an octave, these make 14 lines as well. Sometimes, the rhyme scheme is comparable to that of a sonnet, but not all the time! (an example where there is a similar rhyme scheme: second stanza: aba cbc...
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Sometimes, the rhyme scheme is comparable to that of a sonnet, but not all the time! (an example where there is a similar rhyme scheme: second stanza: aba cbc.) The last stanza has 9 lines, which unlike in a sonnet. However, the rhyme scheme comes near to a sonnet’s...
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