posted by W I C K E D on .
The rhyme scheme of the sonnet known as "Sonnet Seventy-Three was regular, seen in the cross rhymes throughout the first twelve verses and a pair rhyme in the heroic couplet (ababcdcdefefgg).
Wicked, what is the question about this?
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3. (poets.org): http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/5791
6. (part II of #5): http://www.megaessays.com/viewpaper/46915.html
Although I don't see that you ask a specific question in this post, the above sites will give you even more ideas.
24: What is the rhyme scheme of Sonnet 73?
I'm just not sure if I understood the question correctly.
They just want you to tell them what the rhyme scheme is: Shakespearean, Petrachian, etc.
Sonnet rhyme schemes are very well explained and illustrated here:
Okay, so is this right?
Question Twenty-Four, A: The rhyme scheme in Sonnet Seventy-Three would be Shakespearean
Question Twenty-Four, B: The meter of Sonnet Seventy-Three would be the iambic meter.
I think I got it, thanks!