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Great Sonnets

Great Sonnets Treasury of over English and American sonnets by than poets from the Renaissance to the th century Shakespeare s Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer s Day Milton s On His Blindness Wordswort

  • Title: Great Sonnets
  • Author: Paul Negri Thomas Wyatt Charles Lamb Joseph Blanco White George Gascoigne Leigh Hunt Percy Bysshe Shelley William Cullen Bryant
  • ISBN: 9780486280523
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • Treasury of over 170 English and American sonnets by than 70 poets, from the Renaissance to the 20th century Shakespeare s Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer s Day , Milton s On His Blindness, Wordsworth s The World Is Too Much with Us, many by Spenser, Sidney, Blake, Byron, Coleridge, Longfellow, Yeats, Frost, Poe, etc Includes 2 selections from the CommonTreasury of over 170 English and American sonnets by than 70 poets, from the Renaissance to the 20th century Shakespeare s Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer s Day , Milton s On His Blindness, Wordsworth s The World Is Too Much with Us, many by Spenser, Sidney, Blake, Byron, Coleridge, Longfellow, Yeats, Frost, Poe, etc Includes 2 selections from the Common Core State Standards Initiative.

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    1. This a collection of Sonnets from famous works. I had to read this for my literature class Why did I take a literature class Honestly, I love to read but some of these things that lessons say these poems mean literally don't make any sense! Some of these poems were good, but most I was looking around in puzzlement.

    2. I’m not a big poetry person, but I do love the romantic stuff. And what, I ask you, is more romantic than a sonnet? That’s right—nothing! So, needless to say, I’m pretty pleased with this collection, which reads like a hit list of famous sonnets: • Shakespeare’s “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day?”• John Donne’s “Death Be Not Proud”• Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count theWays”• Emma Lazarus’ “The New Colossus”• Robert F [...]

    3. A very well selected compendium of sonnets showing the range of topics possible, techniques employed to greatest success, and highlighting lesser-known instances that are near-peerless, such those by Milton and Hartley Coleridge.

    4. I think this is a wonderful collection of sonnets. I admit that I was somewhat intimidated by them because they often take a little while to interpret, many of them being written in an old style. It's totally worth it if you take the time, though!

    5. I was struck by how fanciful the sonnets are, how unabashedly in love with artifice. Pure virtuosity.

    6. Grow Old along with Me,The best is yet to be. Should be what this ambitious collection whispers in all ears.

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