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Which definition below best describes the definition of theme within poetry?
A. It is the pattern of rhyming lines within a poem.
B. It is the underlying message that a poem conveys.
C. It is the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a poem.
D. It is the type of poem: haiku, limerick, free verse, etc.
Is the answer B?

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  1. Correct.

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  2. B
    A
    B
    A

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    4. A

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