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Exploring Silence Embedded in Three Selected Sonnets
English Language Literature & Culture
Most sonnets are love poems, but a vast array of subjects can be embedded in sonnets. Silence can be considered a fascinating subject in both British and American Poetry as it is usually associated with philosophy and can arouse intense emotions in readers. In poetry, silence is subtly portrayed despite its negative impact on the moods of some poets. This study attempts to explore how silence is seen from different perspectives in relation to selected sonnets. Concepts of love, loss, death,doi:10.11648/j.ellc.20200503.14 fatcat:uuyz22vprjgoleju2ysbqfsshi