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Blank Verse - Poetry Forms poster
This language arts poster is one of a set of 12 posters that explain the different forms of poetry. This poster explains what "blank verse" is and how it was invented by a 16th century English poet, Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. It also features a familiar passage, written in blank verse, from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," beginning with the famous line "But soft! what light through yonder window breaks?"
|Subject||LANGUAGE ARTS, Poetry and Mythology|
|Dimensions||17" x 11" (H x W)|
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