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sonnets unit test
Happy ye leaves when as those lily hands,
sonnet 1 edmund spenser, illusion of helicon, metaphors like leaves to pages, alliteration
My hungry eyes, through greedy covetize
sonnet 35 Edmund Spenser, whole thing is paradox plenty makes me poor, alliterations like darkness dismay, personification of eyes
One day I wrote her name upon the strand,
sonnet 75 spenser. eternal love and death,
With how sad steps, O Moon, thou climb'st the skies!
sonnet 31 sir philip sydney apostrophe/moon, theme lovestruck unrequited love,
Come Sleep; O Sleep! the certain knot of peace,
sonnet 39 sir philip sidney . theme of unrequited love, personifies sleep,
When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes,
sonnet 29 WS metaphor, symbolism, and pesonification
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
sonnet 116 WS metaphors to star, metonymy word sub for rosy lips and cheeks, theme is love
sonnet 130 WS imagery!, theme- critisize blazons-complementary to outrageous things metaphors
AS virtuous men pass mildly away
a valediction John Donne. metaphor to compass, conceit extended metaphor for compass and imagery
Death, be not proud, though some have called thee
Holy Sonnet 10- John Donne, personifies death, paradox, apostrophe
Had we but world enough, and time
To his coy mistress, andrew marvell. carpediem, imagery, metaphor to iron gates of life
GATHER ye rosebuds while ye may,
To Virgins to Make Much of Time- Robert Herrick, carpe diem, glorious lamp of heaven metaphor to sun/keening, personification time flys smily flowers
Why so pale and wan fond lover?
Song- Sir John Suckling, alliteration, theme of unrequited love
come live with me and be my love
The passionate Shepherd to his love, christopher marlowe, pastoral, lots of imagery like flocks, fragrant, rocks, alliteration (The shepherd's swains shall dance and sing
If all the world and love were young
The Nymph's reply to the shepherd- Sir Walter raleigh, speaker is a girl, pastoral , tone is realistic, alliteration- ex: "flocks from field to fold"
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