Shakespeare's Sonnets: With Three Hundred Years of Commentary
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007 - 404 páginas
This is a collection of the scholarship of dozens of commentators who have written about Shakespeare's sonnets over the past 300 years. The text details how the poems work and how they may be interpreted.
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There has been much discussion about whether “ for fear of trust ” ( line 5 )
means “ fear of trusting myself ” or “ fear of trusting my reception . ” I agree with
BEECHING ( 1904 ) and DOWDEN ( 1881 ) : “ The comparison is to an imperfect
The beloved is free to reject the speaker at any time without fear that he is taking
away anything that rightfully belongs to the speaker . The suggestions by Willen
and Reed that the upreared hand ( line 11 ) represents either the poet ' s ...
... but that which is If thou survive my well contented day If thy soul check thee that
I come so near In faith I do not love thee with mine eyes In loving thee thou know '
st I am forsworn In the old age black was not counted fair Is it for fear to wet a ...
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Review: Shakespeare's SonnetsProcura do Utilizador - Toby - Goodreads
Just finished reading these again. I am quite a fan of his sonnets, and the English sonnet is perhaps my favorite form of poetry, after the epic. I think that his poems are very poignant, and that his ... Ler crítica na íntegra