Not marble, nor the gilded monuments . . .
This sonnet stands as one of the most profound in the collection contrasting the solid permanence of rock, the reign of princes and the terror of war with the feeble but enduring might of poetry. Examine how Shakespeare examines this concept by utilizing the reading on the PowerPoint along with the practical workbook activities to delve further. Tasks can be selected at random; the question and answer sheet with teacher notes, the group work or the individual tasks addressing meter, rhyme and poetic form.