Sonnet 130 was written during the iambic pentameter.
Sonnet 130 (My Mistress' eyes) is a Shakespearian sonnet - almost all of Shakespeare's sonnets are.
The tone of Shakespeare's Sonnet 130 is both
The tone of Sonnet 130 is both lighthearted and realistic.
The subject of Shakespeare's Sonnet 130, "My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun," is the poet's lover. The point of the sonnet is actually to mock the language and flowery flattery of many sonnets and love poems of that time-period.
Shakespeare's sonnet 130 is a Shakespearean sonnet in terms of rhyme scheme. Its meter is iambic pentameter, and its tone is satirical.
Shakespearean sonnet #130: My mistress's eyes are nothing like the sun
in sonnet 130,have each line figure of speech?
Sonnet 130 was published by Thomas Thorpe in 1609 along with a series of 154 other sonnets.
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Sonnet 18 is an expression of love. It describes the person he is speaking of as beautiful, sweet, and temperate. Sonnet 130 takes the opposite approach by describing how she is not as beautiful as nature.
the theme is : love and appearance
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Sonnet 130 is in more of a humorous fashion. In short, Shakespeare is saying his mistress' beauty is not that of a goddess, and she cannot be compared to the beauty of one.
Love poetry is the type of poetry that Sonnet 130 mocks or criticizes. It is about a man and his mistress, and he does not speak nicely of her in the poem.