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Comparison of "Shall I Compare Thee" and "The Flee"

Summary: A comparative analysis of "Shall I Compare Thee" by William Shakespeare and "The Flea" by John Donne.
In 'Shall I compare thee"' by William Shakespeare I definitely feel that the author is addressing a woman with whom he is truly in love. This is purveyed to me by the two strong opening lines, 'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate'.

I believe William Shakespeare's poem is set at a picnic in a field, with two lovers sitting on a blanket in the sun, when the author begins to romantically express his love through his poem.

I strongly feel that the relationship concerned in 'Shall I compare thee"' is true, honest romantic love between two young people. This is because the message in Shakespeare's poem is that the lady he loves is more beautiful than a summer's day.

A poem we have studied and which also focuses on a...

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