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10 Cards in this Set

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Shakespeare Sonnets
- wrote 154
- love and have male speaker
- abab cdcd efef gg
- iambic pentameter
- 3 quatrains one heroic couplet
Shall I campare thee to a Summer's Day
-compares girl to summer
-problems/ beauty is eternal
-externizing conceit
Passionate Shepherd to His Love
-By Marlow/ Pick up Line
"come live with me in the country"
-paints a pretty picture
Nymph's reply to the Shepherd
-By Raleigh
-rejected because unrealistic
29
-evies talent/friends/wealtih
-Turn 9 = he has love/friendhsip
-Similie of a lark/bird
30
-various grievences/ friends death
-Turn 13 he has friends
-Court/Bank metaphor
71
-Wants love to Forget him so she wont be sad when he dies
-Turn 12 stop biiterness, turns into focus on her protection
-morbid
-wise world/ irony
73
Season-himself
fall twilight- himself
dying fire- humself
death should make love stronger

Paradox Time/Life

Turn 13- not much time left so we should love
116
metaphor - star guiding a ship
-love doesn't change
Turn 13- confident he is right
Synecdone (hands on dec)
130
-Saying his love isn't perfect but he still finds her imperfections really attractive