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Essay | Compare and Contrast Two Sonnets

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Compare and Contrast Two Sonnets

Summary: Poets used are: William Shakespeare and Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Compare and contrast any two or three sonnets that you have studied by different poets, explaining why you think that the sonnet became such a popular poetic form"

A sonnet is a form of poetry, usually a love poem or a poem expressing emotions that originated in Italy. It consists of 14 lines with a formal rhyming scheme, and expresses different phases of a single thought, mood, or feeling, that is summed up in the last lines of the sonnet

The English sonnet, represented by the sonnets of William Shakespeare, was an adaptation of the original Italian form to suit the English language that has fewer rhymes than Italian. This English sonnet is divided into three groups of four lines (quatrains), each rhymed differently, with a final rhymed group of two lines (couplet) that makes a climax.

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