Shakespeare - Sonnet 70

Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
Shakespeare - Sonnet 70
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That thou art blamed shall not be thy defect…
The concept that slander is a form of complement is suggested in this sonnet. One’s foes will always try to bring another down when they, themselves, cannot compare. Shakespeare is a master craftsman when it comes to developing a conceit and employing imagery. This is more so in a sonnet where structure, meter and rhyme are very strict. Explore how Shakespeare achieves his ends and the ideas he fathoms by utilizing the practical activities in the workbook and by listening to the reading on the PowerPoint.
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