Sonnet 29 Essay | Shakespeare's Immortalized Affection

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Shakespeare's Immortalized Affection

Summary: Abstract of Shakespeare's Sonnet 18
In William Shakespeare's 18th Sonnet he's comparing the object of his affection to a summer day. Throughout the sonnet, Shakespeare utilizes different elements found only during summer to describe the youth's beauty. His intrigue is expressed to us vividly through the use of metaphors. Shakespeare also uses imagery so that you may share in his experience.

In the first line of sonnet Shakespeare is comparing whom he is obviously attracted to, to a summer's day. He goes on to say she is even more lovely and more mild than a summer's day. As Shakespeare expresses, "Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May" (Shakespeare line 3), it is my interpretation that Shakespeare was referring difficult experiences the youth had to encounter. As Shakespeare explains, summer's lease is far too short and fades quickly. But later in line nine he expresses that the woman's eternal summer shall not...

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