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Discussion of common themes in Sonnets 65, 104 and 116.
Shakespeare is generally regarded as one of the greatest playwrights who ever lived who also had great skill in creating beautifully poignant poetry. His great masterpieces include the 154 sonnets written in 16th century England. Although it is unknown if he wrote these sonnets in the order that they are numbered, it is recognised that the majority of the first 126 sonnets were addressed to the Earl of Southampton, his patron and social superior. These sonnets delve into Shakespeare's thoughts and emotions during the time he was having a relationship with the young man. Through his sonnets…
- Discussion of common themes in Sonnets 65, 104 and 116.
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