Sonnet #18 "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" -- William Shakespeare
Mood: Cheerful, praising, awestruck, confident
Theme: True beauty is immortalized through art and thus prevails despite the ravages of time.
Structure: Lines 1-9, 10-14
In sonnet #18, William Shakespeare reveals that through art, true beauty is immortalized and thus surmounts the ravages of time. The poet expresses an awestruck, confident and praising attitude towards his subject to convey his idea that his mistress is more beautiful than anything in this world. He is enforcing that his art is outside the worl…
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