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{DOWNLOAD E-PUB} ò Shakespeares Sonnets Å TS Eliot Once Wrote That, Shakespeare Gives The Greatest Width Of Human Passion, And It Is This Passion That Has Traditionally Made The Sonnets Appealing To Literati And Laymen Alike Surrounded By Mystery, These Poems Of Devotion And Jealousy, Of A Young Courtier And A Dark Lady, Have Been The Subject Of Endless Speculation They Are Highly Mystical And At The Same Time Highly Honest As W H Auden Wrote, What Is Astonishing About The Sonnets, Especially When One Remembers The Age In Which They Were Written, Is The Impression They Make Of Naked Autobiographical Confession Because They Are Witty, Passionate, Personal, And Often Ever Bawdy, The Sonnets Stand As One Of The Greatest Poetic Tributes Ever Written To A Beloved


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  1. Manny Manny says:

    Shakespeare s Sonnet XVIII abridged You re hot.But not as hot as this poem.Shakespeare s Sonnet CXVI abridged I ll love you even when you are sixty fourOr my name s not Heather Mills.Shakespeare s Sonnet XCIV abridged Stay cool man Peace.Like, flower power, y know


  2. James James says:

    Book ReviewWilliam Shakespeare wrote hundreds of sonnets over three decades, mostly from the 1580s through 1610 I m assuming most everyone has read a few of his sonnets, given they are usually required reading in high school There is something to love in every single one of them There is something to be confused at in every single of them No one can deny his talent Whether you enjoy rhymes or prefer just the beauty of the words, the lines definitely create images in your mind of what heBook ReviewWilliam Shakespeare wrote hundreds of sonnets over three decades, mostly from the 1580s through 1610 I m assuming most everyone has read a few of his sonnets, given they are usually required reading in high school There is something to love in every single one of them There is something to be confused at in every single of them No one can deny his talent Whether you enjoy rhymes or prefer just the beauty of the words, the lines definitely create images in your mind of what he s writing about...


  3. Dolors Dolors says:

    Less notorious than his plays, Shakespeare s sonnets assimilate a secret map with hidden clues that lead to precious treasures The intimate, even confessional tone of the 154 rhymes urges the eager reader to believe that the poetic voice is The Bard himself, who playfully volunteers the key to unlock the mysteries of his heart.And yet Do the sonnets tell a coherent story If they do, is this story real or fictional The fact that Thomas Thorpe, a poet, editor and admirer of Shakespeare, and no Less notorious than his plays, Shakespeare s sonnets assimilate a secret map with hidden clues that lead to precious treasures The intimate, even confessional tone of the 154 rhymes urges the eager reader to believe that the poetic voice is The Bard himself, who playfully volunteers the key to unlock the mysteries of his heart.And yet Do the sonnets tell a coherent story If they ...


  4. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    For we which now behold these present days,Have eyes to wonder, but lack tongues to praiseThis Pow rful Rhyme Eternal Tennyson is famously to have declared Shakespeare greater in his sonnets than in his plays While the reader who might not soar as easily along the paths described by these Sonnets would find the comparison absurd to a degree, he she would also have to admit that they understand the sentiment behind Tennyson s blasphemy Some of the sonnets are so well crafted and consistsFor we which now behold these present days,Have eyes to wonder, but lack tongues to praiseThis Pow rful Rhyme Eternal Tennyson is famously to have declared Shakespeare greater in his sonnets than in his plays While the reader who might not soar as easily along the paths described by these Sonnets would find the comparison absurd to a degree, he she would also have to admit that they understand the sentiment behind Tennyson s blasphemy Some of the sonnets are so well crafted and consists of such unexpec...


  5. Alok Mishra Alok Mishra says:

    Shakespeare has almost become synonymous to drama, we all know the fact However, the lyrical quality that he was born with even his life was lyrical, wasn t it bestowed immense poetry to his plays and perhaps, those plays led to the sonnets we are singing even today Is there any sonnet sequence in the world which is as popular as Shakespeare s is I don t think so Academic people may debate upon the authenticity...


  6. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Sonnets, William ShakespeareShakespeare s sonnets is the title of a collection of 154 sonnets by William Shakespeare, which covers themes such as the passage of time, love, beauty and mortality The first 126 sonnets are addressed to a young man the last 28 to a woman.Sonnet 1 Sonnet 1 is one of 154 sonnets written by the English playwright and poet William Shakespeare It is a procreation sonnet within the Fair Youth sequence.From fairest creatures we desire increase,That thereby beauty s rose Sonnets, William ShakespeareShakespeare s sonnets is the title of a collection of 154 sonnets by William Shakespeare, which covers themes such as the passage of time, love, beauty and mortality The first 126 sonnets are addressed to a young man the last 28 to a woman.Sonnet 1 Sonnet 1 is one of 154 sonnets written by the English playwright and poet William Shakespeare It is a procreation sonnet within the Fair Youth sequence.From fairest creatures we desire increase,That thereby beauty s rose mi...


  7. Huda Aweys Huda Aweys says:

    Shakespeare s poems addressed the bilateral of life and deathAlso addressed the birth through his poems too, he use an eloquent and beautiful images , It was a good book ..


  8. Huda Yahya Huda Yahya says:

    Look in thy glass and tell the face thou viewestNow is the time that face should form another Whose fresh repair if now thou not renewest,Thou dost beguile the world, unbless some mother.For where is she so fair whose uneared wombDisdains the tillage of thy husbandry Or who is he so fond will be the tombOf his self love, to stop posterity Thou art thy mother s glass and she in theeCalls back the lovely April of her prime So thou through windows of thine...


  9. David David says:

    SHAKESPEARE WANTS YOU TO BREED The first 17 or so sonnets in the series left me taken aback It s right there in the first line of Sonnet 11 From fairest creatures we desire increaseThat thereby beauty s Rose might never dieBut as the riper should be time deceaseHis tender heir might bear his memory There s this obsession with propagating the species This concern about breeding dominates the first 17 sonnets in the series, something I had not been aware of before2 How muc...


  10. WhatIReallyRead WhatIReallyRead says:

    I didn t expect to enjoy Shakespeare s Sonnets quite so much The only word I can think of to describe the experience is lovely So far it seems, I minto classical poetry than I am into modern one.