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Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics

Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
Shakespeare's Sonnets 29 and 30: Theme Developed Through Internal Dynamics
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This lesson plan focuses on how Shakespeare employs internal dynamics in Sonnet 29 and Sonnet 30 in characterizing the speaker and developing similar themes in both works. Students will identify the structure in each sonnet, including the rhyme scheme and volta, and describe how the sonnet’s content and tone change within the structure. In studying the internal dynamics of both sonnets, students will be better able to describe how their themes are similar and how the similarities are developed in the texts.
Total Pages
17 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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