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Shakespeare’s Sonnet 118
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This 5 page report discusses Shakespeare’s Sonnet 118 that begins with the words “Like as, to make our appetites more keen.” Sonnet 118 may be dismissed as only dealing with appetites associated with sexual obsession and gluttony. The imagery of food such as “being full,” “sweetness,” “bitter sauces,” and “feeding” establishes a sense of satiation or over-indulgence. As a result of that over-indulgence, the poet compares the need to purge in order to avoid getting sick to the need to escape the “cloying sweetness” of the person with whom he is obsessed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWson118.doc

Shakespeare/ Sonnet 147
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A 3 page essay that analyzes Shakespeare's Sonnet 147, "My love is a fever, longing still." The writer argues that Shakespeare makes use of an extended metaphor that compares the love he harbors for an unnamed woman to an insidious disease. The terminology of disease gives Shakespeare a far different vocabulary from the one that is typically employed to describe love, but serves Shakespeare's purposes well. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khson147.rtf

Shakespeare/Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?
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A 3 page essay that explicates this Shakespearean sonnet. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khshson18.rtf

Shakespeare/Sonnet 34
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A 4 page essay/research paper that offers several interpretations of Shakespeare's meaning in this poignant poem. The writer then chooses from among these interpretations and argues that a homoerotic interpretation makes the most sense. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khson34.rtf

Shakespeare/Sonnet 73
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A 3 page explication of “Sonnet 73” by William Shakespeare. In addition to his plays, Williams Shakespeare is famous for his beautiful sonnets. In “Sonnet 73” Shakespeare presents three metaphors that collectively show his gradual acceptance of his progression towards death. Each metaphor illustrates his understanding and conceptualization of death, and culminates in an appeal that the recipient of the poem will allow this knowledge to make his love for the poet stronger as death will surely soon part them. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khson73.rtf

Shakespeare/Sonnets 23 & 147
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A 9 page essay that contrasts and compares Shakespeare's use of figuratively language in Sonnets 23 and 147. These sonnets focus on the dark side of love and the excruciating torment that it can bring when love is unrequited or undeserved. The writer also points out where the poems are different in context, as Sonnet 23 still holds out hope for the poet while Sonnet 147 contemplates the utter ruin of an affair. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: kh23147.rtf

Shakespeare/Sonnets 73 and 130
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A 3 page essay that analyzes these two sonnets. William Shakespeare is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest masters of the English language who ever lived. Examination of two of his sonnets, Sonnets 73 and 130, demonstrates this expertise in regards to Shakespeare's use of metaphor, alliteration, enjambment and imagery. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khs73130.rtf

Shakespeare: Sonnet 73
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This 4 page paper explicates and explains Shakespeare's Sonnet 73. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVSonn73.rtf

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