i hate to be a prune on a day like today, but i wouldn't pick number 2. what does it mean and can you give an example of one? a scholar might use such terminology, but who else would?
i would pick number 1. it would have been the choice teens would have made 50 - 60 - 70 years ago. during those eras no one thought teens could do anything worthwhile.
number 3 is mildly worth considering, but it's not very interesting. i will stick with the first one.
the correct answer is c) abab.
the rhyme scheme that is used in the excerpt form richard lovelace’s “to lucasta, going to the wars” is “abab”.
when writing poetry, the lines in the stanza has to end in rhyme. in this case, the excerpt’s first stanza the rhymes are “a: unkind-mind” and “nunnery-fly”. richard lovelace was an english writer. he wrote the poem “to lucasta, going to the wars” is 1649. it refers to a man who goes to war, leaving behind a lover.
idk vro dont ask me lol