Analysis of sonnet 73: "That time of year thou mayst in me behold".
In this sonnet Shakespeare expresses thoughts of his own mortality and the mental anguish associated with moving further from youth and closer to death. He describes times' destruction of great monuments juxtaposed with the effects of age on human beings. This is a convention seen in many Shakespearean sonnets.
Shakespeare speaks to a friend; he speaks with authority and learnedness, which indicates he is older than his friend. I feel he is trying to teach what he deems to be a valuable lesson in life. His mood is sombre…
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