Shakespeare - Sonnet 35

Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
Shakespeare - Sonnet 35
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No more be grieved at that which thou hast done
The poet seems to be expressing his forgiveness for the injustice he has experienced acknowledging all people have faults. The irony is that even the sonnet and his willingness to forgive is a fault that compromises him. Furthering a student’s appreciation of Shakespeare and his craft is made a little easier through the practical activities that can be done individually or in groups. The reading on the PowerPoint also gives added dimension.
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