/Shakespeare’s sonnets are lyrical, haunting, beautiful and often breath-taking, representing one of the finest bodies of poetry ever penned. They demonstrate the writer’s skill in capturing the full range of human emotions within a carefully prescribed form and creating something unique in every one. Some are familiar – Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? – others unexpected, but together they form an extraordinary meditation on the nature of love, lust, beauty and time. Includes exclusive content: The ‘Backstory’ contains hundreds of incredible facts, references and illuminating articles about these most powerful and romantic of sonnets. Author: William Shakespeare
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