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Literature, Prose, Poetry, Similarities, Differences in the style of Pablo Picasso

Ask AI: By using a venn diagram, state five similarities and six differences of the two major types of Literature which are prose and poetry. Justify.

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Question: By using a venn diagram, state five similarities and six differences of the two major types of Literature which are prose and poetry. Justify.

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Sure, let's explore the similarities and differences between poetry and prose using a Venn Diagram model. Firstly, the similarities: 1. Form of Expression: Both prose and poetry are used as a form of expression by the author. They reveal emotions, ideas, narratives, and descriptions through literature. 2. Use of Literary Devices: Both genres often make use of literary devices such as metaphors, similes, alliteration, irony, etc., to enhance the impact of their artwork. 3. Aimed At Evoking Feelings: Both prose and poetry aim at evoking different feelings and emotions in the reader. 4. Language: They both are majorly written in any known human language, using words and sentences. 5. Exploration Of Human Experience: Both forms are often centered on human experience - personal, universal, emotional and physical, etc. Now, for the differences: 1. Structure: Prose is written in a structured manner with complete sentences and paragraphs, while poetry does not necessarily follow grammatical rules and can consist of stanzas, verses, lines and can be arranged visually in many different ways. 2. Rhyme and Rhythm: Poetry often involves a rhythmic and metric scheme and can use rhyme, but prose rarely, if ever, uses those. 3. Length and Detail: Prose is usually longer and goes into much more detail than poetry. In contrast, poetry is typically brief and highly condensed. 4. Language Use: Poetry often employs more artistic and figurative language and depends heavily on creative use of language, whereas prose typically utilizes a more conventional language style. 5. Emphasis: In poetry, the emphasis is often on the emotional or sensorial response, while in prose, the emphasis is typically on the narrative or argument. 6. Conventions: Prose typically uses punctuation and formatting norms as generally accepted in written language, while poetry can be much more flexible and experimental with these aspects. Remember, literature is an art, and authors can sometimes mix these two forms or bend the rules to serve their creative visions.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 4, 2024, 9:15 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 4, 2024

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