Results for: Sonnet

What is sonnet 80 about?

Most analysts think that this sonnet is designed to contribute to a wider theme pervading Sonnets 78-86. That theme represents the poet in competition with a rival for the pat (MORE)

What are the rules for a sonnet?

A Shakespearean, or English, sonnet must consist of 14 lines, each line containing ten syllables and be written in iambic pentameter, in which a pattern of an unemphasized syl (MORE)

Who invented a sonnet?

Shakespeare did not invent the sonnet. An Italian man with the nameof Giacomo de Lentini created the first ever sonnet in the 13thcenturary (the 1200's). But it was popularize (MORE)

Where does a sonnet originate from?

There is the Petrarchian (Italian sonnet), which is the oldest one; the Spensarian sonnet; and the Shakespearean (English or Elizabethan) sonnet. True sonnets have 14 lines, b (MORE)
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What is sonnet 130 about?

Sonnet130 is about the imperfections of Shakespeares mistress, but, dispite the imperfections he still loves her anyway. EXTRA POINT- In this poem Shakespeare uses nature imag (MORE)

What rhymes with sonnet?

Bonnet and it (that might work if you have a word in front of it, and then say them both together quite fast like there one word). Hornet, cornet, torn it, worn it, sworn it (MORE)
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What is spenserian sonnet?

A sonnet form consisted of three quatrains a couplet in iambic pentameter with the rhyme scheme of abab bcbc cdcd ee
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