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Invented by the Provencal troubadour Arnaut Daniel. Its final three lines are known as the envoi, or tornada. This poetic form consisting of six stanzas of six lines each from the Italian for sixth sestina
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Highway 61 Revisited
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Kind of Blue
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
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Sapir-Whorf hypothesis
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the chess player or chess automaton or the Turk (accept alternatives)
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Folsom Prison (accept: At Folsom Prison)
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