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STYLE, THEMES AND POETIC DEVICES IN SHAKESPEARE’S “SHALL I COMPARE THEE TO A SUMMER’S DAY”?

STYLE, THEMES AND POETIC DEVICES IN SHAKESPEARE’S “SHALL I COMPARE THEE TO A SUMMER’S DAY”?

The Poem:
Shall I Compare thee to a Summer’s Day? 753 more words

Diction

The Dictionary: An Agreeable Companion

In honor of Dictionary Day, I looked at how the word dictionary was defined in in eight references published over a span of 79 years. Much to my surprise, the definition of the term  has remained remarkably steady over the years, although they do seem to grow larger as time progresses. 998 more words

Know Your Words

… call right away to make sure everything's fine

愛が

A short thought.

There is perfection in the imperfect way that you love me.
There are holes in the lies you weave to keep me a float.

Love is a trivial word. 44 more words

Radio Commentary

The DACA program and the Dreamers are a constant source of fascination to me, so of course I used that as my topic for the radio commentary assignment. 35 more words

Commentary

A to Z Voice: C is for Clarity

A lot of clients come through the door chasing clarity, feeling like they are mumbling or loosing their thread when they are talking.

Earlier in this A-Z Voice series, I talked about… 268 more words

Voice

Black Skin, White Masks: Intro and Ch 1

Fanon’s Introduction to Black Skin, White Masks evokes the basic character of the project: it is not a universal truth, and instead marks the particularization of analysis – the black person and the black experience. 748 more words

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