Not Marble--sonnet 55

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Not Marble--sonnet 55

  1. 1. William Shakespeare Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
  2. 2. What is a Sonnet?• Before Shakespeare’s day, the word “sonnet” meant simply “little song,” i.e., a short lyric poem. It changed towards the 16th century.• A sonnet contains 14 lines.• The three Quatrains of 4 lines each and a Couplet of 2 lines.• The themes are revealed in the Quatrains whereas the Resolution or Conclusion is projected in the Couplet. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  4. 4. Sonnet 55Not Marble ... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  8. 8. Sonnet 55 Nor the gildedmonuments.. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  13. 13. Sonnet 55Shall outlivethis powerful rhyme... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  16. 16. Sonnet 55 But you shall shine morepowerful in these contents... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  19. 19. Sonnet 55 Than unsweptstone besmeard with ... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  23. 23. Sonnet 55Sluttish time... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  26. 26. Sonnet 55When wasteful war ... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  28. 28. Sonnet 55 Shallstatuesoverturn... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  32. 32. Sonnet 55And broils rootout the work ofmasonry, Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  37. 37. Sonnet 55 Nor Marshis sword...   Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  40. 40. Sonnet 55 Nor war’s quick fireshall burn... Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  44. 44. Sonnet 55 The livingrecord of your memory . Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  48. 48. Sonnet 55Gainst death and all- oblivious enmity Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  55. 55. Sonnet 55Shall you paceforth; your praiseshall still findroom...Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  58. 58. Sonnet 55Even in theeyes of all posterity Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  61. 61. Sonnet 55That wear thisworld out to theending doom. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  64. 64. Sonnet 55 So, till the judgment thatyourself arise, Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  67. 67. You live in this, Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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  70. 70. Sonnet 55 and dwell inlovers eyes. Mrs. Ruchi Sengar
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