Shakespeare's Sonnets: With Three Hundred Years of Commentary
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007 - 404 oldal
This is a collection of the scholarship of dozens of commentators who have written about Shakespeare's sonnets over the past 300 years. The text details how the poems work and how they may be interpreted.
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O what excuse will my poore beast then find , When swift extremity can seeme
but slow , Then should I spurre though mounted on the wind , In winged speed no
motion shall I know , Then can no horse with my desire keepe pace , Therefore ...
... that which doth preserue the ill , Th ' vncertaine ficklie appetite to please : My
reason the Phisition to my loue , Angry that his prescriptions are not kept Hath left
me , and I desperate now approoue , Desire is death , which Phisick did except .
The former has “ desire which rejected medical treatment is death ” and the latter
" desire , which rejected reason ' s medicine , proves fatal . ” Both follow
DOWDEN ( 1881 ) and TUCKER ( 1924 ) in taking “ Desire ” to be the subject of
the verb ...
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Review: Shakespeare's SonnetsFelhasználói ismertető - Toby - Goodreads
Just finished reading these again. I am quite a fan of his sonnets, and the English sonnet is perhaps my favorite form of poetry, after the epic. I think that his poems are very poignant, and that his ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása