- Imagine yourself being an outcast, at a social low, rejected. Write a poem explaining what it would be like.
- Read Shakespeare’s Othello and compare the character of Othello to the speaker of this poem. Write Othello’s response to this speaker, defending his own jealousy and anger.
- Is this poem’s speaker living in the past? Do you think this person should be more concerned with the world around him or her?
- A few years after he wrote this poem, Shakespeare achieved tremendous artistic and financial...
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