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Essay | The Shakespearean Sonnet

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The Shakespearean Sonnet

Summary: Examines William Shakespeare's love sonnets and discusses what effect they have had on the world. Describes how Shakespeare's language and dialog signifies a range of human emotions and conditions that are timeless and explain his broad appeal even today.
Shakespeare's language and dialogue signifies a range of human emotions and conditions that are timeless and explain his broad appeal even today. He is highly regarded for his love sonnets which convey an unchanging attitude and consummate romantic imagery that will always exist in the world as long as there are people. He has created words, phrases, and clichés that have become so intrinsic in English language, that many people do not even know they are actually quoting him.

Shakespeare's Sonnet "Let me not to the marriage of true minds" is a perfect example of this and one of the most beautiful love poems of all time. The subject is the immutability of true love. In this sonnet, the author defines love first by telling us what it is not, then he tells us what it is by stating what it does. Next he draws the...

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