Which of the following best explains how the poem’s form contributes to its meaning? The lady of Shalott – Common

Which of the following best explains how the poem’s form contributes to its meaning? The lady of Shalott – Common Lit

A. The repetition of “the Lady of Shalott” is ironic since her name is emphasized, but she is not the focus of the poem
B. The rhyme scheme of this poem creates an eerie, unsettling tone, since most of the rhymes are discordant and aesthetically displeasing
C. The repetition of “the Lady of Shalott” and the rhyme scheme that emphasizes her name provide a contrast with the end of the poem, in which only the Lady’s name is left
D. The repetition of Shalott that rhymes repetitively with Lancelot and Camelot reinforce the Lady’s longing for this person and place

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