What is a Petrarchan Sonnet?
in Sonnet 73 the speaker compares himself to three similar things. How are they similar? What is he trying to say about himself?
The speaker in Sonnet 73 still has a positive look on the love of the fair youth for him? Why does he feel this way?
Besides dead, specifically what is the other reason Shakespeare compares himself to glowing embers
Why does the speaker in sonnet 73 compare a tree to a church?
Describe the structure of the sonnet "First Poem for You"
What kind of imagery does the speaker use? How does it compare to that of Shakespeare.
How does this poem deal with permanence and impermanence? How does the speaker feel about these ideas?
what are end-stop and enjambment lines? Does this poem contain them?
What is syntax?
describe the structure of the sonnet "Women Bathing at Bergen-Belsen"
What is the purpose of this sonnet? What does it focus on?
What ideas does the poem infer about the human body?
in first poem for you, how does the description of sexual acts differ from that of What Lips my Lips have Kissed?
what is our fine interpretation of the speakers emotions?
how does the writers voice and intention differ from that of What lips my lips have kissed?
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