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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... of my speaking brest , Who pleade for loue , and look for recompence , More
then that tonge that more hath more exprest . O learne to read what silent loue
hath writ , To heare wit eies belongs to loues fine wiht . 9 . books ] looks SEw . ,
looks ” for “ books . ” As TUCKER ( 1924 ) says , " books cannot with any
appropriateness be described as ' dumb ' ( 1 . 10 ) or ' silent ' ( 1 . 13 ) . ” Evans
also notes that “ ' books ' , already written ( or printed ) , cannot properly be said to
3 not . . . toung i . e . , not with roving looks but with actual words ( Harbage ) 4
Use power with power i . e . , use your power directly ( Harbage ) ; Art artifice (
Schmidt ) 8 then than ( sp . ) ; ore - prest o ' er - pressed ( sp . ) ; bide tolerate (
OED ) ...
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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