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A sonnet is a poetic form which originated in Italy; Giacomo Da Lentini is credited with its invention. The term sonnet is derived from the Italian word sonetto (from Old Provençal sonet a litt...

Young Writers | Sonnet Poem – Definition and Examples

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A Sonnet is a poem of an expressive thought or idea made up of 14 lines, each being 10 syllables long. Its rhymes are arranged according to one of the ...

Sonnet Examples - YourDictionary

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The sonnet is a type of lyric poetry that started in Europe. After the 13th century, it began to signify a poem that had 14 lines which has an iambic pentameter ...

Sonnet - Definition and Examples of Sonnets - Literary Devices

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Definition, Usage and a list of Sonnet Examples in common speech and literature . Sonnet means a small or little song or lyric. In poetry, a sonnet has 14 fourteen ...

The Sonnet | Academy of American Poets

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Mar 1, 2016 ... Traditionally, the sonnet is a fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter, which employ one of several rhyme schemes and adhere to a ...

About the Sonnet - English

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Sonnet: a lyric poem comprising 14 rhyming lines of equal length: iambic pentameters in English, alexandrines in French, hendecasyllables in Italian. The rhyme ...

What Is a Sonnet? - Overview and Characteristics - Shakespeare

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The sonnet is a poem written in a strict poetic form that was very popular during Shakespeare's lifetime. Here we identify the characteristics of a sonnet.

Sonnet - Poetry archive

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A sonnet, in English poetry, is a poem of fourteen lines, usually in iambic pentameter, that has one of two regular rhyme schemes - although there are a couple of ...

Basic Sonnet Forms - Sonnet Central

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A sonnet is fundamentally a dialectical construct which allows the poet to examine the nature and ramifications of two usually contrastive ideas,emotions, states ...

Sonnet | Define Sonnet at Dictionary.com

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Sonnet definition, Prosody. a poem, properly expressive of a single, complete thought, idea, or sentiment, of 14 lines, usually in iambic pentameter, with rhymes  ...

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Traditionally, the sonnet is a fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter, which employs one of several rhyme schemes and adheres to a tightly structured thematic organization.
Two sonnet forms provide the models from which all other sonnets are formed: the Petrachan and the Shakespearean.
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Sonnet - Glossary Terms - Poetry Foundation

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A 14-line poem with a variable rhyme scheme originating in Italy and brought to England by Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, earl of Surrey in the 16th ...

Sonnet Poems - Poems For Sonnet - Poem Hunter

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Sonnet poems written by famous poets. Browse through to read poems for sonnet . This page has the widest range of sonnet love and quotes.

Examples of Sonnets : Poetry through the Ages - Webexhibits

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The sonnet reigns supreme. The sonnet reigns as the most popular and adaptable of poetic forms. No fewer than 20 variations of the 14-line form have been ...