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Literature, in its broadest sense, is any single body of written works. More restrictively, literature is writing that is considered to be an art form, or any single  ...

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May 10, 2013 ... Divisions of literature. 1. DivisionsofLiterature; 2. Poetry Prose Poetry may or may notuse rhyme, as ordinarilyit does not in blank andfree ...

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Two Divisions of Literature PROSE POETRY Form Written in paragraph form Written in stanza or verse form. Language Expressed in ordinary form Expressed in ...

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Literature has three divisions: prose, poetry and drama Other divisions in literature: Genres (many)Comedy vs.

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The main literary divisions are usually defined by the two central categories of prose and poetry. Both of these branches may be further broken down or stylized  ...

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Answer (1 of 6): The two main divisions of literature are poetry and prose. There is a clear difference between the two, and it's really important to understand the ...

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The two divisions of literature are prose and poetry. While prose is written in a straightforward manner to appeal to the reader's intellect, poetry has a more ...

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DIVISIONS OF LITERATURE A. PROSE - is the most typical form of language, applying ordinary grammatical structure and natural flow of speech rather than ...

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Divisions of Literature. Poetry Prose Poetry may or may not Prose does not make use rhyme, as ordinarily use of rhyme at all. it does not in blank and free verse.