Shall I compare thee to a summers day- william shakespeare
In the sonnet 'Shall I compare Thee To A Summers Day' The poet William Shakespeare uses countless types of imagery but the question is which types can be interpreted as beautiful and which part would be interpreted as anything but beautiful.
<Tab/>'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
<Tab/>Thou art more lovely and more temperate'
Shakespeare starts this sonnet with a rhetorical question which he answers in the second line. In these two lines Shakespeare establishes his feelings for the woman that he loves comparing her to summer It is during this time when t…
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