Shakespeare - Sonnet 57

Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
Shakespeare - Sonnet 57
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Being your slave what should I do but tend . . .
Love is more than a captivating force but one that can enslave. Ironically, the poet in this sonnet claims to accept such slavery but there is an undercurrent of injustice and jealousy. These ideas as well as Shakespeare’s poetic craft can be investigated further by utilizing the reading on the PowerPoint along with the practical activities in the workbook. Instructors, tutors and teachers can select any of the activities to complement their own approach. There is group work, individual tasks, practical activities as well as a more traditional question and answer task complete with teacher notes.
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