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Doc ´ The Complete Sonnets and Poems ☆ William Shakespeare

Doc ´ The Complete Sonnets and Poems ☆ William Shakespeare Buted to him after his death in one volume A full introduction discusses his development as a poet and how the poems relate to the plays and d I loved the poems but my god were some of the sonnets underwhelmingrepetitive too but it could be my fault for entering relatively uneducated in the world of Shakespeare Some sentences are just pure genius too though

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William Shakespeare ☆ The Complete Sonnets and Poems Book

The Complete Sonnets and PoemsThis is the only fully annotated and modernized edition to bring together Shakespeare's sonnets as well as all his poems including those attri If thou survive my well contented day When that churl Death my bones with dust shall coverAnd shalt by fortune once re survey These poor rude lines of thy deceased lover Compare them with the bettering of the time And though they be outstripp'd by every pen Reserve them for my love not for their rhyme Exceeded by the height of happier men O then vouchsafe me but this loving thought'Had my friend's Muse grown with this growing ageA dearer birth than this his love had brought To march in ranks of better euipage But since he died and poets better prove Theirs for their style I'll read his for his love' William Shakespeare 1590 ish disputed There once was a young man called Will Who couldn't be happy until He'd written a sonnet And spent hours upon it Only then could he kick back and chill Me yesterday undisputed alasOK well I'm not actually going to try to review the whole of Shakespeare's poetic output obviously I'm not nearly ualified enough to do so Instead I'll just say that the bard is one of my favourite poets His work has resonated with me since I first studied it at school and I've returned to it time and again over the years Actually the fact that I know it so well enables me to just kick back and read it for pure unadulterated pleasure without the slightest taint of academia clawing away at my mind BlissPS At this stage I am entirely bored of the whole 'did somebody else write Shakespeare's work' and 'did Shakespeare even exist' arguments Yawwwn The work exists somebody wrote it it was so long ago that the identity of the author doesn't actually matter any except to the most pedantic tedious academics If you really must keep banging on about these issues do me a favour and do it underneath somebody else's review I just want to enjoy the work