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Sonnet 133

Sonnet 133

Sonnet 133: Bizarre Love Triangle (Love Theme in Sonnet 133) True or False

1. Why is our speaker so ticked off at his mistress? -> she's been hooking up with his BFF
2. Our speaker compares his mistress' heart to what? -> a sword
3. When the speaker says his mistress' heart gives him a "deep wound" and makes his heart "groan," what does he mean? -> he's emotionally upset because she's sleeping around
4. The speaker accuses his mistress of doing what? -> having an affair with his cousin
5. What does the speaker compare his relation with his mistress to? -> being swallowed by a giant whale

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