Sonnet 116. Short essay explaining how Shakespeare uses poetic techniques to convey imperishable love.
In "Sonnet 116," William Shakespeare deals with imperishable love. The poet, writing in Shakespearean sonnet structure, addresses a young man of great beauty and promise. He uses various poetic techniques to relay his theme.
Through his strong belief, the author expresses his theory on love lasting forever. In the opening lines of the sonnet, Shakespeare states nothing should change "the marriage of true minds," denoting absolute accord and complete understanding between husband and wife, if their love is real. Through the technique of apostrophe, he personifies the North Star - metap…
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