Shakespeare - Sonnet 43

Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
Shakespeare - Sonnet 43
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When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see
The concept of contradiction permeates Shakespeare’s work. Here, the poet sees much more when his eyes ate closed than when open. His dreams add dimension to his feelings for the subject. This conceit is examined as is the poetic means by which this is achieved in the workbook and PowerPoint. The former has a series of activities for individual or group work while the latter has a reading that adds dimension to our understanding.
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