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Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: .... of the face as compared with the sun ("the eye of heaven") in the previous line, or 2) the older sense of the word in relation to The four humours.

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There are two quatrains (groups of four lines), followed by a third quatrain in which the tone of the poem shifts a bit, which is in turn followed by a rhyming couplet ...

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Summary of Section I (lines 1-8) of the poem Sonnet 18. ... would have known that "temperate" meant that someone had the right amount of those different fluids .

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Starting in Sonnet 18, when the youth appears to reject this argument for ... This first major division of sonnets ends with the poet pitiably lamenting his own role ...

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Thou ART / more LOVE / ly AND / more TEM / per ATE (Sonnet 18) ... The first twelve lines are divided into three quatrains with four lines each. In the three ...

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The Petrarchan sonnet is divided into two main parts, called the octave and the sestet. The octave is eight lines long, and typically follows a rhyme scheme of ...

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Study Shakepeare's Sonnet 18 with Flocabulary's educational rap song and lesson ... Four hundred years later we're still reading—and listening—to the poem, ...

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The two main forms of the sonnet are the Petrarchan (Italian) and the Shakespearean (English). ... suggested by rhyme linkage, giving two divisions to the thought of an Italian sonnet and four to a Shakespearean one. ... Sonnet 18 to 126:.

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Among the most famous of the 154 sonnets is Sonnet 18, which includes the ... of the Petrarchan sonnet to include three stanzas of four lines, allowing him to ...