Sonnet 60 Symbolism, Imagery, & Allegory
There’s more to a poem than meets the eye.
The basic structure of Shakespeare's Sonnet 60 is pretty simple: each of the poem's three quatrains centers on a different set of imagery, but each set of imagery illustrates a different aspect of...
Now that quatrain 1 has gotten us to see how time is like the sea, we get to compare it to the sun in quatrain 2. The question is, what does this new line imagery add to what we already know about...
The third quatrain of Shakespeare's poem features imagery from the world of agriculture. On the one hand, "beauty" and everything connected with it starts to be described in terms of growth and the...
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