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A Short Analysis of Shakespeare’s 26: ‘Lord of my love’

A reading of a Shakespeare sonnet

‘Lord of my love, to whom in vassalage …’: so begins Shakespeare’s Sonnet 26, which is the focus of our analysis here. 730 more words

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A Short Analysis of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 25: ‘Let those who are in favour with their stars’

A reading of a Shakespeare sonnet

‘Let those who are in favour with their stars’ – also known as Sonnet 25 – is not the most famous poem in… 549 more words

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Shakespeare's Sonnets: 8

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved hearing Shakespeare recited by characters in movies and by people in real life. It was an experience that was exciting and rare for me. 133 more words

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Shakespeare's Sonnets: 7

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved hearing Shakespeare recited by characters in movies and by people in real life. It was an experience that was exciting and rare for me. 134 more words

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Shakespeare's Sonnets: 6

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved hearing Shakespeare recited by characters in movies and by people in real life. It was an experience that was exciting and rare for me. 133 more words

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Shakespeare's Sonnets: 5

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved hearing Shakespeare recited by characters in movies and by people in real life. It was an experience that was exciting and rare for me. 133 more words

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Shakespeare's Sonnets: 4

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved hearing Shakespeare recited by characters in movies and by people in real life. It was an experience that was exciting and rare for me. 133 more words

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