> > What is is the effect of enjambment in poetry?

What is is the effect of enjambment in poetry?

a. It has no effect at all in the meaning of the poem. b. It blurs...

270 Views

What is is the effect of enjambment in poetry?

a. It has no effect at all in the meaning of the poem.
b. It blurs the division between ideas in a poem.
c. It forces the reader to read the poem more slowly.
d. It adds emphasis to a word and creates curiosity for the reader.

Answer

d.
It adds emphasis to a word and creates curiosity for the reader.
Enjambment is another type of device that is used to determine the meter of a poem.
It is said to be that this meter is way more difficult to use than the other meter device in poetry.
It is more popularly known as the run-on line.
A run-on line is a line that is running too long that might be needed to be cut off to be understood properly.
Enjambment is used in poetry to break the pattern in a poem, in such a way that it may emphasize some points in it as it catches the attention of the reader.

To see more answers head over to College Study Guides
Virtual Teaching Assistant: Heather L.
Question Level: Basic
Karma: Free
Upload Date: 5/31/2017

This 56 words question was answered by Heather L. on StudySoup on 5/31/2017. The question contains content related to English and Arts and Humanities. Since its upload, it has received 270 views.

Recommended Questions