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The term "prose" is now generally understood in the same way as described by the Maître de philosophie in Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, i.e. language that "sounds natural and uses grammatical structure" and "the opposite of verse" (quoted from LiteraryDevices.com). Hence, on the surface level, any normal language that is not verse is prose. According to the ...


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