June 2012
Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics 4th Edition;6/2/2012, p640
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The article presents a definition of the term "hudibrastic verse," which refers to octo-syllabic verse with satirical tone, mosaic rhymes, and impious imagery.


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