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    Shakespeare's sonnets & dramas style

    hi,

    Could you give/tell me some sites that deal with Shakespeare's style related both to his sonnets and dramas? I have google(classicnotes, sparknotes, cliffnotes, monkeynotes) it but without success. If you can give me a hand, I'll be very grateful to you.


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    Re: Shakespeare's sonnets & dramas style

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    I have found something but it requires money for it. Anyway, thanks for your reply. I'll go to the local libarary in my town and will try my luck there.

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    Re: Shakespeare's sonnets & dramas style

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    hi,

    Could you give/tell me some sites that deal with Shakespeare's style related both to his sonnets and dramas? I have google(classicnotes, sparknotes, cliffnotes, monkeynotes) it but without success. If you can give me a hand, I'll be very grateful to you.


    Madox
    Have a look at the following :
    Shakespeare's Sonnets

    A Note on Shakespeare's Sonnets

    Sonnets Summary & Essays - William Shakespeare

    William Shakespeare

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