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BALLAD STANZA Although there is no absolute format set for ballads, many share a common form. This standard, which has become known as the ballad stanza, is a quatrain with the rhyme scheme abcb, alternating four-stress and three-stress lines.
See also ballad (folk ballads), border ballads, Middle English lyrics and ballads, Robin Hood ballads.
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