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Posted by ADAM CORN on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 10:34am.

Which of these best characterizes the difference between meter and diction in poetry?
A.Meter is the rhythmical cadence and diction is the use of language.
B.Meter is the pattern of end sounds and diction is the pattern of beginning sounds.
C.Meter appeals to the senses and diction appeals to the emotions.
D.Meter refers to syllables in a line of poetry and diction refers to syllables in each word.

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