Sonnet 40 continues the hiatus from unity taken by the speaker that he declared in Sonnet 39, but instead of praising the poem, he appears to be chiding it.
Lovers on the trail to evermore
The speaker in Sonnet 13 muses on the idea of composing a verse about her newly found emotion of love, but she hesitates for she fears touching the grief that still molests her.
Sonnet 7 offers a tribute to the speaker's lover, who has wrought deep and lasting important changes in the speaker's life.
The speaker in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 3 muses on how unlikely it seems that a plain singer such as herself would begin a relationship with a person who has attracted royalty.
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On overcoming feelings of loneliness and the discomfort of being in crowds.
Isolation in Othello affects the outcome of the tragedy because it causes characters to hear and believe whatever they are told. The reader can see that Shakespeare believes in using isolation to develop the...
Listen to that charming tune in your mind. It’s constantly there, omnipresent Dream. A gracious melody you want to find To sing forever a deep music stream. I can’t hear it, but feel it with my soul. The...
The speaker of sonnet 10 is beginning to reason that despite her flaws, the transformative power of love can change her negative, dismissive attitude.