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What was William shakespeare iambic pentameter?

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Iambic pentameter is a verse form, a rhythm of ten syllables where weak stresses alternate with strong ones, creating a sound like ta-DUM-ta-Dum-ta-DUM-ta-DUM-ta-DUM. Typical lines showing this rhythm are: "In sooth I know not why I am so sad.
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Shakespeare wrote in blank verse because that was the custom at the time for plays. It as popularized for Drama by Christopher Marlowe, and Shakespeare further developed it into an
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<facepalm> <facepalm> <facepalm> <facepalm> <facepalm> No, wait, that's trochaic pentameter. Sorry.
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A iambic pentameter is a form of rhythm that can be found in songs and poems, and drama. It is one of the many meters that can be found. For more information, look here: http://www.wisegeek.com
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