Spring Final English(Poetry vs. Prose)

Topic: LiteratureSatire
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Last updated: December 16, 2019
Prose
First word of each sentence is capitalized.

Prose
Ideas are arranged in sentences that are arranged in paragraphs

Prose
There are no line breaks. Sentences run to the right margin.

Prose
Looks like large blocks of words

Prose
Language is typically straightforward without much decoration

Prose
Most writing is in this form

Poetry
Language tends to be more expressive or decorated, with comparisons, rhyme, and rhythm contributing to a different sound and feel

Poetry
Typically reserved for expressing something in an artistic way

Poetry
First letter of every line is capitalized, but some do not

Poetry
Ideas are contained in lines that may or may not be sentences/arranged in stanzas

Poetry
Uses line breaks for various reasons- to follow a formatted rhythm or to emphasize an idea

Poetry
Shape can vary depending on line length and the intent

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