Shakespeare - Sonnet 65

Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
Shakespeare - Sonnet 65
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Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea…
Nothing is permanent. Even the hardest objects will decay. One thing may remain and that is black ink or a memory committed to paper. This theme, though introduced earlier in the sonnets, takes on new meaning given the fragility of paper and the power of nature. Students can build their awareness of the conceit Shakespeare uses and how he employs his craft by listening to the reading on the PowerPoint and by tackling appropriate tasks from the workbook which generally utilize a practical approach to foster engagement and enhance understanding.
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