A New Study of the Sonnets of Shakespeare (Classic Reprint)
1kg Limited, Jan 22, 2018 - 318 pages
Excerpt from A New Study of the Sonnets of Shakespeare
By this means, the sonnets are lifted from a low level of petty concern, - a cat-and-dog fight, as Butler, a recent commentator, has said, - up to a high point of aesthetic interest and significance. They now present the poet during an early formative period of his career, when he was laying. The foundation. Of his character, and of an artistic skill which has had no parallel.
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