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GCSE: Shakespeare's Sonnets

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  1. Discuss the use of sonnets through the ages.

    This can also be seen because he blames his troubles of love on him. The poetic voice despises the fact that Cupid is trying in vain to make people fall in love. This shows us the pain that he is experiencing because of Cupid's attempt to make people fall in love but not him. The atmosphere of despair is further suggested by the poet's use of strong vocabulary to get across how hurt he is. Words like 'proud', 'scorn', 'ungratefulness', 'wan', 'sharp', 'sad', and languisit' are used. These words emphasise just how dramatic and life changing the speaker's experience of love has been.

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