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Dramatic poetry is poetry written specifically for the theater. This type of poetry can often be lyrical in nature, such as when a character in a play gives a dramatic monologue.

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"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T.S. Eliot and "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning are examples of dramatic monologue poems. Dramatic poetry is meant to be real aloud to an implied audience via an assumed voice...

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One of the greatest examples of farce poetry is "Don Juan" by Lord Byron. Farce poetry is marked by over-exaggeration of either characters or plot in developing a point that is often mocking in nature.

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The different kinds of dramatic poetry include dramatic monologue, dialogue and characterization. Dramatic forms of poetry were prevalent in the late 19th century, when American poets used these forms to develop their id...

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The two divisions of literature are prose and poetry. While prose is written in a straightforward manner to appeal to the reader's intellect, poetry has a more rhythmic, imaginative tone used to awaken the reader's emoti...

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The theme of Billy Collin's "Introduction to Poetry" is that readers should enjoy poetry instead of overanalyzing it in an attempt to find its meaning. Collins illustrates this theme through his comparisons between how h...

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Classical poetry is poetry rooted in Classicism, which emphasizes simplicity and clarity while limiting the display of emotion. It emphasizes a "less is more" mentality that values things that are aesthetically beautiful...

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