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  • Sonnet 35
    There are a number of examples in this excellent sonnet, and even if we look at the first four lines alone, we can definitely see that there are several excellent examples of imagery that can be...

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  • Sonnet 35
    I agree with dstuva's answer here. But if you are being asked to tell what is negative about it, I will try to help. The theme in general is not negative. It is about forgiveness. However, you...

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  • Sonnet 35
    A summary of "Sonnet 35" must first focus on its intention expressed in lines 1 and 5: Be no longer "grieved" and everyone makes "faults." The poetic speaker's attempt to persuade the recipient to...

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