Sonnet 29 Summary
William Shakespeare

Everything you need to understand or teach Sonnet 29 by William Shakespeare.

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Sonnet 29 Overview

Sonnet 29 by William Shakespeare discusses the anguish and elation of the speaker. The speaker is at first saddened by being an outcast and repeatedly wallows in self-loathing and despair. However, upon thinking of a loved one, the speaker is moved to elation and joy.

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