Thou blind fool, Love, what dost thou to mine eyes
Unable to trust his senses, the poet questions the judgment of his heart. At the same time, he casts aspersions about the lady’s conduct and implies promiscuity. The challenge in the sonnet is that it defies convention which students can explore and investigate through the practical activities in the workbook and by listening to the audio of the sonnet being read. The activities are designed to complement and supplement what is being offered in class and allow for both individual and group work.