What characteristic unique to Shakespearean sonnets is found in "Sonnet29","Sonnet 116", and "Sonnet 130"?
A:Three quatrains and a rhyming couplet***
B:A steady rhyme scheme
Is this correct?
Thank you, so very much!!posted by marylyn
You don't even really have to read it to know. Just look at the pattern of lines!
3 sets of 4 lines each (= 12 lines = 3 quatrains)
2 lines (couplet) set off at the end
Each of the quatrains has its own rhyme scheme.
The couplet at the end rhymes separately, too.