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Sonnet 147

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Yusra Khan

on 19 November 2012

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Transcript of Sonnet 147

"Hath left me, and I desperate now approve" "Who art as black as hell, as dark as night" Infidelity Disloyalty Themes Tone Theme & Tone Modern Day examples Summary and Analysis Allie Poremba
Ansuman Mishra
Yusra Khan Sonnet 147 -Depressing
- Shown through diction
-Examples: death, unrest, sickly, disease

-Desperate
-Shown through diction
-Examples: appetite, longing, desire Celebrities
-Kristen Stewart and Rupert Sanders
-Kristen can be compared to the Dark Lady in sonnet 147
- Robert Pattinson can be the narrator of the sonnet

Movie
-Crazy, Stupid, Love
-Emily cheats on Cal with a coworker
-He begins to feel depressed and worried -My love is a sickness, still desiring
-What caused the illness
-I don't do the things that I need but what I want
-Refuse to listen to my doctor's orders
-The Dark Lady forever left me
-Desire leads to death
-I cannot be fixed anymore
-I'm going crazy
- And so are my thoughts
-I thought you were perfect but you're not Take It On The Run
-Heard it from another you been messin' around
They say you got a boy friend
You're out late every weekend
They're talkin' about you and it's bringin' me down

-One more Night
So I cross my heart, and I hope to die, that I'll only stay with you one more night
And I know I said it a million times
But i'll only stay with you one more night

-Crazy
And when you're out there without care
Yeah, I was out of touch
But it wasn't because I didn't know enough
I just knew too much
Does that make me crazy?

-Somebody I used to know
But you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough, No you didn't have to stoop so low
Have your friends collect your records and then change your number, I guess that I don't need that though, Now you're just somebody that I used to know Connection to Music -Disloyalty is a theme in sonnet 147 because the woman who Shakespeare fell in love with has betrayed him. -Infidelity is a major theme of sonnet 147 because the mistress was unfaithful to Shakespeare which caused him to feel the way he described himself as. Connection to Literature -Sonnet 147 relates to the Miller's Tale in The Canterbury Tales
-Both literary pieces portray the female character as the unfaithful one
-In Sonnet 147, Shakespeare was taken advantage of and in the Miller's Tale John, the carpenter was taken advantage of
-Both Shakespeare and John can be classified as innocent men
-Both men see their lover as perfect and only for them The End (:
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