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Which kind of ode is "Ode on a Grecian Urn"? (1 point)

* Pindaric
* Horatian
* irregular
* devotional

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How may we help you specifically, other than providing definitions and/or exam ples of each type of ode? Please don't be frustrated at not seeing an answer from us. We HELP with what you DO, but we both learn so much more when you DO first and then tell us specifically how we may HELP. (By the way, I LOVE your posts, because poetry is SO special. You don't have many pages to fill with words; the words must be carefully selected to fit the "mood" or rhyme scheme, etc. Clever, clever, those poets!

Sra

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