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Shall i compare thee to a summer´s day? William Shakespeare
¨shall i compare thee to a summer´s day?¨
¨Thou art more lovely and more temperate.¨
In the poem William Shakespeare´s purpose is explaining how he can never compare his beloved to a summer´s day because her beauty can never fade like a summer day. Her beauty can never die and it will forever live on withing the lines in the poem. The poem will live out her and her never ending beauty. The structure of the poem is a sonnet. It has eighteen lines. The theme of the poem is that he has made her immortal and through the poem it shows how he will prove her beauty was uncompareable to a summers day.
¨by chance, or nature´s changing course, untrimmed;but thy eternal summer shall not fade.¨
¨Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow´st, Nor shall death brag thou wand´erst in his shade, When in eternal lines in time thou grow´st, As long as men can breathe,or eyes can see , So long lives live, and this gives life to thee. ¨
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