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Essay | How Shall I Compare Thee?

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How Shall I Compare Thee?

Summary: Analyzes and compares a collection of William Shakespeare sonnets.
The poet I have selected for Poets Corner is William Shakespeare. He wrote many poems and I have chosen a few I thought worked together and had a theme. I chose twelve of his lovey-dovey poems I thought were really good. His poems fit together because of how he wrote them in his way and how he thought love was about and how he described it.

The first poem I chose was Shall I Compare Thee, (Sonnet XVIII), he is comparing a woman to the way he feels towards summer and how this feeling gives him life to breathe. Summer must be his favorite season, so this is why he describes his love to summer. This poem describes how love isn't a possession, but as long as men can breathe, they can live with love. Summer is lovelier and more temperate, like his love he...

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